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Moat Farm


Moat Farm - Photographed when sprinkled with snow at the end of January 2019. It has strong structure with Yew and Hornbeam topiary – including hornbeam pillars - which makes it an ideal garden for photographing in winter.


Season:
Winter


Location:
Cambridgeshire, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Zara Napier - Owner: Pam Forbes. Design: Hugo Nicolle


Feature No:   4204 

Qty of Images:    69 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
The stone path through the lawn makes interesting patterns in the snow. There is a sculpture, made from recycled agricultural machinery, of one of the owner's dogs called Patch by Harriet Mead – a Norfolk based sculptor. The main front garden and vegetable area were recently designed by Hugo Nicolle and built by J Winter Landscapes. At the back of the house, where parts of the old moat can be seen, there is an ancient wood full of wildlife, aconites and snowdrops.

 

 

 
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