History comes to new life in a house in Rochester, fully figural yew
England is rich in historic gardens. These can be found in houses of diverse size and function.
Magic English City Garden
Today we have one of these beautiful gardens. He is Rochester and represents a perfect restoration of the original garden. It is located behind the historic restoration House.
King Karl II stayed here in 1660 on his way back to England after an exile in France.
It’s a large town garden. How many of this type were divided into various commercial areas? Whose details you can see them even as separate individual gardens.
Already at the entrance it has a taste for what will come.
Beautifully trimmed boxwood cone mark towards the front door. Two big planters brighten them by their bold, green colour. It’s the ornamental tobacco plant (Nicotiana alata) and Amaranthus caudatus ‘Viridis’.
Rochester is not a big city in England, but it is full of history
Among the varied monuments, the second largest Cathedral in the country in the first place is to name a few. Here, Dickens is also preserved Norman castles, as well as one of the oldest schools in the world, and also the House of the writer Charlkes. The architecture of the city of Rochester is mentioned in some of his most famous works.
To make today’s Garden, it has put together two older gardens
Both exude typical English atmosphere. Here you can see the typical styles of the designer. New tendencies, which were seen at professional fairs, apply here as well.
From the House, you first reach the so-called yew tree. It was located on the small hill that had existed before the restoration.
Here we see also the typical pyramid of yew
Here we see also the typical pyramid of yew (Taxus baccata), which is also significant for the English gardens. Their execution is just perfect.
In the next picture we see another main element – form cutting garden
The facility was built in 1995 and is based on the design of the Jacobin. For the establishment has used boxwood.
The border of the Garden represents this elegant line
It consists also of boxwood. This design was decorated by many summer, flowering plants.
The Central wall separating here dates back to the 18th century
The Gothic arcades allow the free movement between the different sides of the garden.
The water flows under the arcades to a pond
There swim white and black carp in the crystal clear water.
A further interruption in the separating wall represents this greenhouse
The fish scale glasses reminiscent of one other impressive garden in Cornwall.
Inside, we see a House as for operation. The lead-glazed windows are interesting
The garden is an example of observing the smallest details
Now look at this wonderful and easy facilities of reading body of works!
Red brick, natural construction materials represent a connection between the House and the garden and give an antique look to a whole
In this figure you can see the beautifully restored summer cottage
It was designed in the shape of a garden Bower. It was built on the brick wall and next to an old mulberry tree.
Here you can see a cutting garden with rustic bars and lines
A wonderful source for flower bouquets from the garden, or?
Now I show you my favorite perspective in the garden. Magical views of the building, or? What story would you come up here?
How to find so a typical English garden?
Real garden art – striking shape cutting garden