Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex
A long, narrow, north facing garden in this beautiful Victorian property.
The position of a mature Silver Birch (Betula pendula), encouraged a curved shape to the garden, creating borders and seating areas to kick back and enjoy the dappled light.
The meandering lines, enhanced by the meadow banks within the lawn, draws the eye down the garden and brings the South Down wildflowers up to the door.
A path made of reclaimed oak groynes from Pevensey beach with oyster pebbles, a locally sourced chestnut roundwood pergola and a sun deck with sunken fire-pit.