Pond in spring with daffodils
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Woodland Garden

 

A project revolving around woodland management and conservation - this Worcestershire woodland garden centered around the reinstatement of a large clay lined pool. A landscape feature that marked many historic OS maps had become starved and disappeared at the hands of invasive pond species and leaf litter. 

Now restored to its former glory, the ponds banks have been risen to create an 'infinity' pool feeling which from low levels gives the sense of the water spilling off the back and down through the rolling landscape beyond.

 

The woodland floor and meandering pathways leading up to the pool and sculpture area have been converted from a field of bramble into a woodland meadow. Common woodland species including Anthriscus sylvestris, Digitalis and Silene dioica have been given the space, light and freedom to flourish.

 

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Worcestershire Woodland

 

A project revolving around woodland management and conservation - this Worcestershire woodland garden centered around the reinstatement of a large clay lined pool. A landscape feature that marked many historic OS maps had become starved and disappeared at the hands of invasive pond species and leaf litter. 

Now restored to its former glory, the ponds banks have been risen to create an 'infinity' pool feeling which from low levels gives the sense of the water spilling off the back and down through the rolling landscape beyond.

 

The woodland floor and meandering pathways leading up to the pool and sculpture area have been converted from a field of bramble into a woodland meadow. Common woodland species including Anthriscus sylvestris, Digitalis and Silene dioica have been given the space, light and freedom to flourish.

 

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