These clients had a beautifully designed garden already, but the planting had become overgrown. The mature wisteria was casting a lot of shade, shrubs and aggressive perennials were overdominant. We chose plants to go, cut back where necessary, rearranged some existing perennials and added new. This had to be done over winter and spring to ensure best results.
An old stump is treated for preservation and then used to support the leaning Apricot tree.
Some Anenome x hybrida is relocated into a pot after running amock in the border!
The taller box is being trimmed to mirror the carved face on the wall in the distance.