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Designed by Stuart, this garden was a bit of a head scratcher.


The area ran to a finite point like an isosceles triangle, but the client wanted to have the illusion of the garden being wider and less constricted to this shape.


To achieve the client’s wishes we created a meandering path though a sectional design results in the sensation of width and depth removing the point from the back of the garden with planting and dividing the area with raised planters for vegetables.


Borders were planted with shrubs that will achieve heights that will deflect the eye and an orchard was provided using dwarf root stock fruit trees.