A grove of Betula utilis is planted at the entrance of the new garden
A group of Betula utilis are planted to define the entrance to the newly reclaimed space in the garden.
Oxfordshire Planting Design Case Study
The end of the long garden was underutilized and offered a great space for naturalistic planting and creating a garden distinctly different from the more formal garden close to the house.
An organic circular swirl of planting with a curved seat at its heart provides scope for planting tall ornamental grasses and late flowering herbaceous perennials.