Daily Garden 022: Nicholas Dexter at Hampton Court | PITH + VIGOR by Rochelle Greayer

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Daily Garden 022: Nicholas Dexter at Hampton Court

3/11/2009

Nicholas Dexter created this garden for the Hampton Court Palace Flower show.  I love that imaginative stacking of the square cut stones to create benches and land masses in the garden.   Also I think the combination of sleek square cut pavers with the natural shape of a river cutting through the patio is stunning. 
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  1. blossom says:

    Is that a sinking wall in the second picture? I like the crack creek in the last picture. Neat!

    • rochelle says:

      Is that what you would call it ? a sinking wall? I haven’t heard the term…I am going to go google it. I like it because to me it looks sort of like ground heaving beautiful plate up in a very organized way.

  2. buedamau says:

    i like those sinking walls, they create different movements in a graden, marking their spot in an effective way. for me it would be difficult to keep them clean, i’m already imagining it fill up with succulents…

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