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Woodland edge in Stoke Newington

A garden created after an extension and new garden office. A light touch was requested by the client, which was done by reusing yorkstone sets from the original garden in a free form way and then cutting low-species wildflower turf around the pavers.

Focal point is the beautiful structure of the cherry tree in which the pathway has been placed around the twisted trunk sympathetically. Woodland style planting around the tree such as wild strawberries, grasses, ferns.

The planting has been created for all year round interest from the Hellebores in the winter to the spring bulbs which include drifts of Narcissus and Alliums. Reaching peak green in summer and then the warm colours of coming through of the Amemanthele, Persicaria and Hydrangeas going into the Autumn.