Having just completed “The Collector Earl’s Garden” at Arundel Castle, where we designed and built five buildings in the classical tradition with a sub-topical twist to the planting, we are currently fascinated by the architectural possibilities of exotic planting. Our broader passions run to…
- Big Leaved Architectural Planting such as Gunnera (Highgrove) and Tree Ferns (Hanham Court ; Arundel Castle) we were knocked out by recent visits to Tresco and Sintra in Portugal.
But we have always been dedicated to:
- Romantic Roses clambering through trees and shrubs (Hanham Court ; Asthall Manor ; Euridge Manor ; Seend Manor)
- Trees and Parkland, (Wychwood Manor ; Ballykean ; Euridge Manor).
- Giant herbaceous borders (Houghton Hall)
…have designed and had built to our specifications a dozen original and beautiful
- Clipped forms and amorphous shapes in topiary (British Memorial Garden ; Euridge Manor ; Wychwood Manor ; Hanham Court ; Highgrove)
- Formal allees (Houghton Hall ; Wychwood Manor)