Recently, the professionals at Pro Touch Landscapes completed a new landscape plan at The Fudgery on
Green St. in Gainesville.
The English Tudor-style building was in need of an updated landscape and we put together something that they loved by using the Tudor-style garden plan.
The English Tudor style was popular in England from around 1485 to 1603 while King Henry VIII reigned, according to sfgate.com. The Tutor gardening style had features like knot gardens, water features along with symmetrical lines to provide solitude and privacy.
Traditional Knot gardens are gardens that are formally designed and typically have a square frame with aromatic plants for a classic look.
With The Fudgery landscape we decided to install a wide array of period-style plants like American and Wintergreen boxwoods, Camellia, Dystillium, Sunshine Ligustrum, Black Eyed Susans, Cone Flowers, Mondo Grass, Violas, Ornamental Cabbage and Kale, Emerald Green Arborvitae and Rosemary.
The combination of Tudor-style plants and flowers have completed the curb appeal of The Fudgery’s Tudor architecture and will look beautiful all year long.
If you are in need of a new landscape or landscape design, please contact us for more.