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Formal Gardens

Formal Gardens

…are well proportioned and have an underlying structure built up by hedging, walls, paths and flower beds. Frogheath have experience at regenerating  existing formal gardens but also designing from scratch.

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Country Gardens

Country gardens

…or cottage gardens are designed sympathetically to have soft edges and perennial borders that grow and develop year on year. Often designed with gravel paths winding through so that all sections of the garden can be accessed and seen.

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Traditional Gardens

Traditional gardens

…are inspired by traditional methods of gardening and planting with a more functional twist. Modern versions of traditional gardens often include cutting gardens, raised vegetable beds and an outdoor living elements such as a fireplace or built-in barbecue.

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Courtyard, Roof Top & Small Gardens

Courtyard, roof top & small Gardens

Courtyards and small gardens can be transformed into beautiful spaces using creative landscaping and sympathetic planting design – even the smallest of areas can be wildlife heavens and an outdoor space to be proud of.

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Contemporary Gardens & Architectural Gardens

Contemporary gardens & architectural gardens

Contemporary garden designs are thought of in terms of architecture rather than classic design.

Simplicity, style and low maintenance is key for this style of garden design.

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Specimen Trees And Hedging

Specimen trees and hedging

Trees planted singularly as a focus of attention are considered a specimen tree. When planning where to plant a specimen tree lots of aspects need to be considered including its size, species, flower, bark, form, or rarity. It could simply be a common but well-placed tree with beautiful branching. Or perhaps it’s a tree that’s unexpected either way it’s a statement!

Hedging when incorporated into a garden design can soften borders, enclose spaces and become a focal point of any garden.  When planning a hedge our designers will consider soil type, time of year and maintenance.

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