MARSH COURT | HAMPSHIRE
Marsh Court is an important Lutyens house and landscape, Gertrude Jekyll was involved with design of the original planting schemes.
Over the years the planting had become neglected and much was lost. We were commissioned to replant all areas of the original garden and to develop the grounds further.
The sunken garden became a white and green garden. The sundial terrace was planted with blues, soft pinks and purples, which were designed to contrast with the white clunch stone of the house.
Herbaceous borders were planted with white, pink and dusky purple Roses and Peonies, framed by the original Jekyll Bergenias.