Artist and musician’s garden with meadow

Artist and musician’s garden with meadow

A sculptured crane looks through the meadow and back to the house
- who would believe we are in the middle of Oxford?
Sorrel and Ox-eye daisies in the meadow
Beady eyes on the pond A beautiful sculpture in the newly planted garden Picture caption to go here Looking across the newly planted gravel garden The meadow, the wall, the gravel garden, and the wood beyond Sun-loving Achillea Garden before redesign

The brief  Transform the large overgrown double plot into formal and wildlife gardens, with places to showcase the clients’ sculptures. Create a terrace and steps outside the living room doors to allow easy access to the garden, and a formal dining area by the house

Generous steps from a small upper terrace by the living room French doors lead down to the more formal areas of the garden – a stone dining terrace, and Burle-Marx inspired gravel garden featuring bee, insect, and bird-friendly sun-loving plants and trees. This is enclosed by a low dry stone wall, and gentle sloping paths lead down to a meadow and wildlife pond, with mixed native hedges forming the boundaries with the neighbouring gardens and the college woodlands at the bottom of the garden.
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