The English Garden

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When you first glimpse this garden through the kitchen window, you know designer Stuart Craine has more than fulfilled his original brief. Stuart was asked to create a relaxed garden that looked slightly wild and natural but it is in fact carefully planned and practical. The fluid space that unfolds before you has an instantly beguiling ambience, and a delicacy and exuberance that belies the tight 5m

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