Fifteen years ago, we took an untidy, sloping gravel drive and created the garden that you see today.
An arched gateway through a yew hedge enters onto the kitchen garden - box hedge laid as a parterre in quadrants infilled with allium, crocossmia and herbs for cooking.
Stepping up through an archway leads to an area of raised beds planted with gooseberries, strawberry and raspberries.
Turning left, the second formally laid area is through a corridor of alliums, irises and agapanthus.
Box hedge infilled with yew cones and an ornamental pond are separated from the lawn area by a neat hedge and sentinel Cypress trees.
The lawn is shaded variously by apple, plum and pear trees throughout the day.
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Parterre and pond
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East Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom