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Bury Court

Bury Court garden based in Surrey was the first Piet Oudolf designed garden in the UK and is regarded as having been instrumental to Piet Oudolf's future success with his naturalistic planting designs and the birth of the New Perennial movement.


GAP Photos/Richard Bloom/Garden Design Piet Oudolf and Christopher Bradley-Hole

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In addition leading minimalist garden designer Christopher Bradely-Hole was commissioned to design the Front Garden at Bury Court. The Courtyard Garden combines Piet Oudolf's naturalistic use of perennials and ornamental grasses and contrasts them with solid evergreen structures of Yew and Box topiary, particularly evident in the garden's Winter guise. The Front Garden is mostly planted with ornamental grasses and a few tall perennials in a formal grid design of rectangular beds divided by narrow paths. In the centre is a wooden structure with seating and a reflective pool. On a brilliantly sunny and frosty Winter's day the swathes of grasses and perennials are shown off to their most dramatic.



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