A country estate in Buckinghamshire
I created a pretty effect by creating a swirling mown path around these cherry trees in this large Buckinghamshire gardenJo Alderson Phillips
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7. Get settsThere’s a trend for land-forming these days, whether it’s done by forming large mounds and hills, or just playing with how the grass is cut. In this garden, the designer has taken the idea one step further by delineating the trees and meadow areas with a smart mown path edging made from small sett stone. This cuts down on the need to figure out where the path is and where the plants are. If your garden design is similar, you could also plant the spaces beneath the trees with spring bulbs and wildflowers, knowing you won’t step on them as they’re growing, since the setts will tell you where to walk.