A Traditional Plan with a Formal Rose Garden Zoom Reverse
HWBDO11546 $115 - 245
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The grandeur of a European palace or estate garden comes alive in the formality and scale of this landscape design, which features a formal rose garden. In creating this mood, the designer makes the landscape completely symmetrical. Both sides of the garden are exact mirror images of each other, with extensive lawn areas on each side that can be used for relaxing or entertaining. In the tradition of the formal rose garden, neat crisp evergreen hedges outline the rose plantings, providing interest and structure even during the off-season when the roses have been cut back to near the ground. The straight lines of the stepping-stone paths form a strong cross shape in the center of the garden. Each arm of the cross begins with a formal red rose and ends at the edge of the garden in a strong focal point. The sight line looking up the horizontal arms, which is emphasized by the overhead trellises and pergolas, terminates in groups of oval-shaped trees backed by lattice panels. Flowering vines adorn the trellises. From the bluestone paving at the house, a sight line leads across the paving stones and culminates with a reflecting pool situated in a paved area at the far end. Note that, although the same paving material was used in the front and back areas, the pattern is formal near the house and more informal at the back. Within the strong geometrical space of the rose garden, an early-spring flowering perennial provides a blanket of color until the roses burst into their summer-long show. The rose arbor and gate at each side of the house feature climbing roses, echoing the main theme of the garden. @season:Shown in Summer Jim Morgan
Foundation: No Foundation Required
Stories: 1
Foundations No Foundation Required
Framing N/A
Facade N/A
Roof material Unknown
Roof framing Not Required



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