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Suburban North Essex Garden

This suburban garden in North Essex was designed by Sean Butler of Cube in the shape of an unfurling fern frond.


Season:
Summer


Location:
Essex, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos - Design: Cube 1994 Ltd


Feature No:   4593 

Qty of Images:    80 

 



 
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Synopsis
The garden was set out as a place to take a journey and discover, with places to sit and enjoy the garden from many different angles. Trees were used to add height. Climbers were provided to soften all the fences. Gabion cages were designed to have recycled clay tiles and bricks and even some very old reclaimed clay land drain pipes. These were to act as benches and as insect hotels to pollinate the profuse array of perennials in the garden. The garden is a complete journey of discovery through sinuous curving pathways. The paths being made from a bespoke hand made Brick designed for use on pathways as it has no frog. And a combination of bark mulch paths. The front garden was again designed in a similar fashion. To add height Cube designed bespoke steel obelisks which were had made by Robby Cannon, an artisan with an old forge.

 

 

 
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