Stoke Climsland Cornwall, Large Garden
The property is a collection of converted farm buildings near Stoke Climsland Cornwall.
The garden consisted of a number of disjointed areas, including the remains of a Cornish hedge dividing the primary space in half.
A plan was presented to use a series of visual and physical links to create a cohesive space.
The Cornish hedge was knocked through and framed with large granite pieces forming a visual and physical link to an otherwise little used area. An informal seating area was also created.
A wildflower meadow was planted to soften and settle the timber structure into the landscape. A formal water garden was created with ‘floating’ stepping stones to the front door.