knot garden


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knot garden

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(Horticulture) (esp formerly) a formal garden of intricate design

knot garden


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A garden design based on an intricate pattern of beds, often geometric and symmetrical, edged by low-growing clipped hedges.
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To all intents and purposes, though, it is very much a property rooted in Tudor history and even has a moat and knot garden in the 15 acres of grounds that wrap around the Henley-in-Arden home.
Come and explore the new accommodation hidden within the ruined walls and the new knot garden and find out more about its history through our footpath trails.
Enjoy the topiary walk and knot garden, then head into the orchard to see wild flowers and the rose arch.
Also featured is Maynard's very first garden of his own, at Guanock House in Norfolk, where over ten years he created a formal layout - including a kitchen garden, herbaceous borders and a knot garden - from a field.
Pic supplied by Portmeirion Palace Hotel, Rhyl in the early 20th century: a popular dance |venue in the 1960s and 70s, but by 2005 it was very run down The Tudor-style knot garden at Bodysgallen Hall, pictured in |May 1990 Bryn Bras castle, Llanrug, run as a residential hotel went under auction in |November 1990, but failed to make its reserve price The famous chain bridge and the Chain Bridge Hotel at Llangollen, pictured |in June 1956 The iconic Hotel 70 degrees in Old Colwyn, which was a landmark in the days before the Expressway.
They would be ideal for a knot garden, the kind of garden that has narrow rows of dense, low-growing plants patterned into a two-dimensional design.
You can enjoy a stroll round the knot garden afterwards to admire the amazing topiary, watch lambs in the field next door, or play croquet.
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uk, 01675 442551) GRAND DESIGNS Geometric patterns look great when viewed from upstairs so consider making shapely flowerbeds or turn a lawn into an easy care, ground-hugging knot garden or parterre design.
Specifically select the plants that appeal to you, and then divide or intersperse them using roses, boxwoods, or other dividing plants appropriate to a Shakespeare Knot Garden, such as the Lavender munstead (Lavendula angustifolia "Munstead") and Blue Beauty rue (Ruta graveolens "Blue Beauty.
Walking down to the pool and lake, guests pass through the pool parterre garden and what the homeowners call the "white garden walk," which leads to a larger parterre and knot garden.
A further trench will explore the area thought to have been his pantry and brewery, and one quarter of the 19th Century knot garden will be dug - into what would have been Shakespeare's backyards.