With spectacular views over the North Tyne, this garden was created from scratch, being a field attached to the farm house.
A large terrace leads out from the middle of the house and a path then takes the eye through the pergola and on to a gate which leads into the fields.
The size of the terrace is softened by the use of pretty planted pots and café tables and chairs. A large bespoke horizontal trellis on the wall at the end has an espaliered pear tree trained on it.
Borders to each side of the garden are crammed with colourful herbaceous perennials and the shapes of some of the plants such as the Angelica and grasses, echo the outlines of the trees in the countryside beyond. The central feature is placed on a circle of paving at the junction of the paths.
This design was implemented by the owner.