Gardens Illustrated Magazine

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The organisation of space lies at the heart of good garden design. This holds true whether you are creating a Sissinghurst-style sequence of garden rooms or a naturalistic meadow with mown paths. So, what to do when there is little space to organise? The answer is to make the most of what you do have and, in an awkward triangular site, designer Charlotte Rowe has produced a textbook example of that principle in practice.

The garden surrounds an Arts and Crafts villa that sits at the oblique

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