The boundary wall was surrounded with a bespoke trellis painted to match the colour of the orangery for continuity, this offers further privacy as it has been covered by a selection of evergreen, flowering plants.
The planting consisted of a selection of standard evergreen and deciduous trees such as flowering Acacia Delbata used for the stunning early display of yellow flowers, along with other multi-stemmed trees such as Birch Jacquemontii for the striking white stems during in the winter months and later spring-flowering Cornus Kousa for the beautiful creamy white flowers and vibrant autumn colour. Under planting consisted of a selection of hardy flowering herbaceous plants and seasonal bulbs that will provide interest throughout the seasons.
Stainless steel light fittings were installed to illuminate key trees along with a computer-controlled irrigation system. An elegant work of art was commissioned from sculptor Tom Stogdon to add the final finishing touch and provide a beautiful focal point.
As the trees continue to develop and create the screening and privacy required, the clients now feel like they have added an inviting wonderful room to their home, rather than an exposed unusable space.