Since old man winter has his grip tight on the throat of the Midwest I want to continue with the theme of gardens I have visited that inspired me over the years. This garden is a private residence that I was very fortunate to visit while studying in Northwest, England. Cheshire is really know for its medieval wall and Tudor architecture – well, this garden is a far stretch from traditional England with the garden’s modern architecture, contemporary sculpture, extensive block plantings, & and use of bold colors(mainly chartreuse and burgundy) . When I visited the garden it was still a relatively young garden, it terms of English gardens so I am very excited to one day visit again. I hope these photos help to warm your creative spirit on a cold winter day.
So appreciative that I had a chance to see these pictures. This garden is gorgeous, and beyond gorgeous, it is provocative and forward thinking. Thanks, Nick. Deborah
Deborah- I’m not sure how I missed your comment- honestly, I am not use to anyone commenting…..It is such a well laid out garden with hedges, valleys, and structures. I really want to get back and see how it has matured over the past ten years. The house has been in a few architectural mags. I will have dig up some links……
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