Enclosed by mature chestnuts, beeches and oak trees, this garden softly complements a traditional flint house and marks a journey beginning at the entrance of the property, passing by the swimming pool and ending at the gym house.
Rustic materials contrast with the softness and delicacy of the planting, composed of pink roses, grasses, ferns, purple heucheras, brunneras, salvias and geraniums, among others. The main entrance of the house is framed by flint raised beds crowned with half-round coping bricks.
At the beginning of the garden, two arches with roses and a low box hedge surround the planting, providing structure during the winter months and an air of formality.
The garden maintains its sense of continuity and cohesion throughout with recurrent purple, pink and white perennials, along with repeated evergreen elements that give structure and divide the space.
Pleached beech trees and exquisite buscot limestone paving gently distinguish the swimming pool area from the rest of the garden.
Beside the swimming pool is a sunken seating area surrounded pittosporum shrubs and fragrant lavenders, providing a sense of immersion. The gym house is elegantly adorned by multi-stem cherry trees and colourful geums.
In early spring, the garden begins to blossom with the opening of hundreds of bulbs carefully selected for their colour, shape and texture.
Above - View of the main entrance of the house