The English Garden

WATER FLOW

SET THE SCENE

Much of the success of a water feature depends on its surrounds. Here (left) a circular bronze feature is the carefully considered focal point for a formal herb garden. With its catch pool it consumes a fair amount space, but with appropriate use of materials it blends with the garden rather than dominating it.

LESS MAY BE BEST

Twin fountains (top left) in the simplest of lawn settings catch

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