This large rural garden was the much loved retreat for a couple keen to encourage and support wildlife in their garden. A master plan was created that could be implemented in staged phases. The first phase to be completed was a large wildlife pond with integral seating area, leading to a decorative potager, which radiated out from a central feature and was accessed through a commissioned decorative wrought iron archway.
The existing greenhouse was relocated and an abundance of productive plants, trees and hedges were planted. A section of the existing lawn was re-sown as a wildlife meadow and the garden is now alive with a myriad of birds, bees and insects.
The sound of running water is omnipresent in the garden from the water fall outlet within the wildlife pond to the polished sphere, central to the potager garden. The garden is full of life, colour, tranquil sound and reflections.