formal garden

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a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designs

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The formal gardens consist of a series of south-facing terraces which slope down to the sea," said Anthony.
HE'S HAD HIS HANDS FULL: Dennis Sheriff worked hard to maintain both a walled garden, with vegetable, fruit and herb plots, and a formal garden, but he loved his job; HANGING UP HIS HOE: Eric and Marion Brown of Roman Camp Country House Hotel are sad to see their gardener of 15 years go
Formal gardens have straight hedges and walls, paths with perfect right angles at every bend, and geometric-shaped beds.
Burke Brothers Landscapers, with hundreds of pink roses and the fragrance of heliotrope show that paradise is "About the Journey" in a walk through a formal garden.
Sean, who grew up in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, has no formal garden training but is a self-taught flower designer and recently passed his NAFAS (National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies) demonstrators test.
new entries into the formal garden from Anketell and Cowlishaw streets
The steep garden, which offers views across Woodsome, features fruit trees and flowers, a water garden, a formal garden and two summer houses.
As well as exposed stone features, private lane access, principal garden, formal garden and courtyard with an L-shaped balcony overlooking it, this unique family home also consists of four reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, two cloakrooms, two utility rooms, four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Ornate pots and those of aged stone suit a formal garden, while traditional terracotta is classic in any garden setting.
Grow them so they are approximately the same shape and size, and position single species in repetition to restore the sense of control that is easy on the eye and definitive of formal garden design.
The Front Formal Garden, designed by C&K Landscape Design of Tujunga, makes the shady space beneath a majestic 100-year-old Coast Live Oak tree a relaxing retreat.
The formal garden was buried beneath an area set aside for a new sensory garden, to be created on a farm in Milborough.
Because it is a formal garden, any trees should be neatly positioned and a group of the slender Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis) would look brilliant.
The principles of order and proportion (which must be visible from above), the expression of splendour, the geometrical forms, were fundamental principles of both Renaissance court dance and the formal garden.
Behind the original--and still-standing home--Burden and his mother, Miss Ollie as she was known, designed and planted a one-acre formal garden.