Chelsea I

The backdrop for this little courtyard in Chelsea is a bold, off black trellis at the end of the garden. This enhances the colours of the planting in front, which consists of a single specimen multi stemmed Amelanchier tree, and repeat flowering roses among geraniums, all sitting behind clipped box hedging.

Walking out from the family room, a threshold of Flemish bricks laid on edge, gives way to a gravel garden. Versailles pots, planted with topiary, add height and structure to the planting in the beds.

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