Gloucestershire Park

Modern techniques and design blended with vernacular tradition produce a finely crafted hard landscape which is overlaid with deep, abundant borders of select perennials and grasses.

Multi stemmed trees punctuate the landscape close to the house, introducing height, framing, shadow and subtle senses of enclosure.

Away from the house, large scale planting of mature native tree specimens creates rides and avenues to distant church spires and parkland reminiscent of the great country house landscapes of the 18th century.