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95 Woodland Way

Winchmore Hill

Ambitious restoration in progress. Two steps up to gently sloping lawn. Classic English design with colourful romantic borders. Experimental gravel & dry quadrant & little or no feed but good results. Speed composting & woodland collection under old fruit trees. Tiny potager planned.
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    We aim to have perfume and flower each month, somewhere in the garden.

    Classic design versus Romantic exuberance attempts to marshal favourite plants into a workable harmony. Fascination with unusual forms means ambition often outstrips cultivation skills, but hunger for originality continues.

    Avoiding the Horticultural Zoo effect while displaying a growing collection is a plantsman's dilemma but plans are afoot to simplify the design as the garden matures to help refine the space.

95 Woodland Way- Canceled

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Owner Information

David Sherlock & Gilbert Hopley

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95 Woodland Way
Winchmore Hill
London
N21 3PY

More about 95 Woodland Way

We aim to have perfume and flower each month, somewhere in the garden.

Classic design versus Romantic exuberance attempts to marshal favourite plants into a workable harmony. Fascination with unusual forms means ambition often outstrips cultivation skills, but hunger for originality continues.

Avoiding the Horticultural Zoo effect while displaying a growing collection is a plantsman's dilemma but plans are afoot to simplify the design as the garden matures to help refine the space.

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