Showing images available in: United States
GAP Gardens - Homepage
x

Select Required Country

 
Double herbaceous border viewed from the alcove, the first such border to have been made in England. The four pairs of beds are backed on one side by an 18th century wall and on the other by a Taxus - Yew hedge planted in the 19th century. Between the beds are Yew finials designed by Rowland Egerton-Warburton and planted in 1856 - Arley Hall and Gardens, Cheshire, early July
   

Double herbaceous border viewed from the alcove, the first such border to have been made in England. The four pairs of beds are backed on one side by an 18th century wall and on the other by a Taxus - Yew hedge planted in the 19th century. Between the beds are Yew finials designed by Rowland Egerton-Warburton and planted in 1856 - Arley Hall and Gardens, Cheshire, early July


Credit:
GAP Photos/Lee Avison
 
 
 

"Quick Buy" Licenses:

Personal/Presentation Use - Non-commercial e.g print at home, artist reference, use in study materials - Up to 1/2 page OR 640x480 pixels for digital use 

Digital Media - Single page or single post, excludes advertising - Up-to 640x480 pixels - 5 Years 


Editorial Licenses (size on page):
  
  
Editorial - Book/Magazine/Newspaper in Single Territory - Single use in one edition - Print-run up to 250,000 copies 




 
 
 (account holders only)
 

 

©   All images subject to Copyright. Images available for use by license only.

 
Photographer: Lee Avison - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0262810
 
Image Size:   4256 x 2832 px
36.03 x 23.98 cm | 14 x 9.44 Inches | @300dpi

 
Property Release:   No  
Clearance may be available on request

 
Model Release:   No  
Clearance may be available on request

 

 
Keyword Shortcuts:
double herbaceous border viewed from alcove first such border to have been made england four pairs beds are backed one side an 18th century wall other taxus yew hedge planted 19th century between beds are yew finials designed rowland egerton-warburton planted 1856 arley hall gardens cheshire early july summer formal country classic clipped shaped topiary symmetry symmetrical gardens flowerbeds beds borders
 

x
Double herbaceous border viewed from the alcove, the first such border to have been made in England. The four pairs of beds are backed on one side by an 18th century wall and on the other by a Taxus - Yew hedge planted in the 19th century. Between the beds are Yew finials designed by Rowland Egerton-Warburton and planted in 1856 - Arley Hall and Gardens, Cheshire, early July

Double herbaceous border viewed from the alcove, the first such border to have been made in England. The four pairs of beds are backed on one side by ...


 Image Number:   0262810 

CALCULATE LICENSE

 OR 

 

License Starts 

 

excl. VAT $0 USD


Image Ref
EC Usage Ref
Territory Required
Users Currency
GBP Price
Items in Cart
License Start Date
Usage Question

 

 

 
CONNECT WITH US            
+44 (0)1376 571283
[email protected]
Sign-Up for Newsletter
 


  © GAP Photos Ltd, All Rights Reserved