Espalier apple and pear trees in Prince Charles' walled Kitchen Garden at Highgrove, UK. Photo via http://www.highgrovegardens.com/highgrove-gardens-information.html.

Espalier apple trees and pear trees in Prince Charle's Walled Garden at Highgrove, UK

Competition Entry: Zaryadye Park,Layers. Image Courtesy of Turenscape

Gallery of Competition Entry: Zaryadye Park / Turenscape - 14

Competition Entry: Zaryadye Park,Layers. Image Courtesy of Turenscape

Highgrove Garden.

The gardens form a series of linked areas, each with their own character, which weave their way around the house which is always visible in the distance.

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Espaliered apple trees at Highgrove, Prince Charles’ kitchen garden at Highgrove, Gloucestershire

The Garden at Highgrove - The Walled Garden seen from above showing the pattern of St. George's crosses mixed with St. Andrew's crosses. The Standing Garden lies beyond the south wall.

The potager (ornamental vegetable/kitchen garden) at Prince Charles' Highgrove - The Walled Garden seen from above showing the pattern of St. George's crosses mixed with St. The Standing Garden lies beyond the south wall.

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Qunli Stormwater Wetland Park / Turenscape

Stumpery: garden feature similar to a rockery but made from parts of dead trees. This can take the form of whole stumps, logs, pieces of bark or even worked timber such as railway sleepers or floorboards. The pieces are arranged artistically & plants, typically ferns, mosses & lichens are encouraged to grow around or on them. They provide a feature for the garden & habitat for several types of wildlife.

Stumpery: garden feature similar to a rockery but made from parts of dead trees…

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Philadelphia Navy Yards / James Corner Field Operations

James Corner Field Operations designs an iconic circular park for the Philadelphia Navy Yard Philadelphia Navy Yard Central Green by James Corner Field Operations – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building


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