chilstone online brochure 2018 - Page 6



A Harewood Jardiniere at the centre of the Walled Garden at Heronden
Nuneham Urns
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Sometimes a Planter or urn can
look good standing in the midst
of the planting area, possibly
on a Plinth for added impact.
Have fun with it !
Kate Ball
Kate Ball Garden Design
www.kateballgardendesign.co.uk
Linford urn and pedestal
Ribbon vases
The old Walled Garden at Heronden was redesigned to
create a modern, fluid planting style. The clients are plant
lovers, who wanted a big bold planting scheme. The addition
of the Chilstone planter, in the centre, played an important
role. The planting plan was circular, with crossing pathways
and the Harewood Planter placed in the middle. This echoed
the circular theme and provided a focal point. The planting is
in large groups of grasses and perennials. These have colour
and height, which catch the light and move in the breeze.
The stone planter is solid and stationary, in contrast. It is a
constant feature in an otherwise changing vista.
Urns, Planters and Statuary lend a formal structure to a
garden, throughout the seasons. This can be classic or
modern in shape and material. Larger size create more
impact. Smaller pots tend to look better in multiple
groupings, and differing in size. Always stick to a similar style
or material for a more artistic look.





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