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North Oxford Front Garden
This large front garden needed curb-appeal to compliment the impressive house.
Cream-coloured Belgian clay pavers were specified to make a link to the sandstone detailing on the house, which was complimented by pale Irish gravel.
Wide planting beds help to anchor the house, filled with evergreen yew cushions of various sizes interspersed with bulbs for early colour followed by a mix of perennials and grasses for interest later in the season.
A zingy colour scheme of plums and acid greens provide the wow factor.
Two liquidambar trees either side of the driveway mark the entrance and enhance the street scene.
Electric car chargers were mounted on bespoke oak posts.
All photos by Laura Burt
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