Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: 07mh112 The Old Gate . Gold Medal Best Courtyard Garden brick wall shelter roof raised bed of vegetables obelisk Lathyrus sweet pea broad beans carrots lettuce Digitalis watering can Design: Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Swift, AW Gardening Services RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2007 UK Marcus Harpur
Harpur Garden Images Ltd :: Marcus Harpur A Garden for First Touch at St George's Sloping garden of green foliage. A slope with dense planting of colourful purple blue perennials and grasses including salvia nemorosa. Corten steel step risers with gravel Silver-Gilt medal Design: Patrick Collins Sponsor: St George's Hospital and Medical School
Harpur Garden Images :: slater96 Small terraced country garden house patio terrace paved area table and dining chairs outdoor living entertaining Nepeta Rosa rose pergola Geranium Design: David Stevens for Kevin Slater, Creamery Cottage, Parwich, Derbyshire, UK Jerry Harpur Small, terraced, country, garden, house, patio, terrace, paved, area, table, dining, chairs, outdoor, living, entertaining, Nepeta, Rosa, rose, pergola, Geranium, Creamery Cottage, Parwich, Derbyshire,, UK, Jerry Harpur,
Harpur Garden Images :: hampjh95 Patterns in circular stepping stones across water feature achieved by using different cobblestones. Oriental. Zen. Rocks. Cloud pruning pebbles paved paving steps across pond pool courtyard modern minimal contemporary wall small table and chair seat as focal point Design:Deborah Oakley RHS Hampton Court 2006 Jerry Harpur
Harpur Garden Images :: CM200 Small formal town garden with paved patio, dining table and chairs, lawn, containers, borders, arch dividing separate patio at far end of garden. Christopher Masson, London Mrs Kalborg Jerry Harpur Please read our licence terms. All digital images must be destroyed unless otherwise agreed in writing. Photograph by: www.harpurgardenlibrary.com Contact: Harpur Garden Library 44 Roxwell Road Chelmsford Essex CM1 2NB, UK
Winter Garden - Anglesey Abby. The Winter Garden is a recent addition to the Abbey’s 120 acre site. It was designed by John Sales for the centenary of the first Lord Fairhaven, and created by the then-head gardener, Richard Ayres. Over the following 12 years, his successor Richard Todd developed the garden, along with seven gardeners and 25 volunteers.