Triangular Garden

Triangular Garden

This client sought a lawn with beds and a path that led down the garden, towards a greenhouse and vegetable garden. What’s more, they needed a way to block the view of a property that was on a higher level on one side of the garden.

Planting 


We added large shrubs and climbers to conceal the overlooking property. As well as this, we added a pergola that was clothed with climbing plants to further block the view. For an intimate environment by the lawn, beds were added, surrounded by mixed plantings of shrubs and herbaceous in pastel tones.

Design 


Due to the garden being an awkward, triangular shape, a hexagonal lawn was used, with a border that dissects to areas of two hexagonal lawns. A path on the left followed the same shape to the greenhouse. We also added a stone terrace to two sides of the house, with a small brick wall that brought the rest of the garden to a higher level.

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After meeting with several garden designers we decided to choose Taylor Barnes because of their combination of design and building skills. Paul and his team were very pleasant to have around the house and were able to include last minute changes as the new garden evolved. We were so pleased with the outcome that we asked them to landscape our front garden last year as well. 
Having decided to create a special look to a farm courtyard I employed the services of Taylor Barnes. From the beginning the venture was exciting, and they were enthusiastic and creative. The design drawn was amazing and when it came to fruition I was more than pleased, it was every bit perfect.
From our very first contact to the moment our garden was finished we have been delighted with the work. We felt that they really wanted us to enjoy our garden and were excited by the project which gave us great confidence and belief. Our garden is now an extension of our living room and looks so much better than we could have ever anticipated.
I had engaged Taylor Barnes to design and build our garden at home in the UK. They took our brief, but rather than slavishly follow it, they emboldened and embellished it with their own ideas which complemented our initial thoughts. The result has been a fantastic garden that has given us 8 years of pleasure.

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