Georgian Gardens

From the ambitious 'natural' grand country house parkscapes of Capability Brown through to neatly clipped and formal, enclosed town house garden layouts, the…
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Bourton House, Gloucestershire, England
an apartment building with flower boxes on the balconies and wrought iron railings
Curb Appeal | Fresh Flowers | Landscape Design | Floral Arrangement
Townhouse in London's Belgrave Square neighborhood
an image of a house with the words explore on it's front door and windows
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British Townhouse..wider then most I think. But delightful nevertheless.... Certainly a dream home for someone
an open door with plants growing out of the window sill and in front of it
Smart Canopies for Heritage Houses - Garden Requisites
Long-lasting craftsmanship The teams at Garden Requisites recently worked on an impressive bespoke 10’ canopy for a smart London townhouse, likely to be in place for over a hundred years. This project really brought it home to us what a responsibility we have to use traditional metalwork skills to help preserve and maintain the fabric
an old building with many windows and bushes around it's walkway leading up to the front door
The Georgian Garden, no.4, The Circus - open to the general public via a gate accessed at the rear of the buildings, in the park.
a dog statue in the middle of a formal garden
Chatsworth House, landscape by Capability Brown
an aerial view of sheep grazing in a green field with trees and a castle in the background
Maintaining the grounds of a landed British estate: Georgian gardening
Highcleare castle and parkland designed by Capability Brown
Towards the end of the century, large numbers of garden squares began to be laid out in the landscape style, made popular by designers such as Capability Brown. This was the ideal of rus in urbe or bringing a part of the countryside into the town, as Thomas Fairchild had urged. The naturalistic style could be carried to extremes: Cavendish Square even had sheep grazing behind the railings in the manner of a grand country estate! Design, Designers, Regency, Popular, Country, Layout
Towards the end of the century, large numbers of garden squares began to be laid out in the landscape style, made popular by designers such as Capability Brown. This was the ideal of rus in urbe or bringing a part of the countryside into the town, as Thomas Fairchild had urged. The naturalistic style could be carried to extremes: Cavendish Square even had sheep grazing behind the railings in the manner of a grand country estate!
a lake surrounded by lush green trees in the middle of a field with a bridge over it
Prior Park Landscape Garden
Prior Park Landscape Garden
the garden is full of beautiful flowers and trees
Pillanatok
Bowood is a grade I listed Georgian country house with interiors by Robert Adam and a garden designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It is adjacent to the village of Derry Hill, halfway between Calne and Chippenham in Wiltshire, England.
a large building with lots of trees in front of it and many bushes on the ground
Bowood House by Dean Taplin / 500px
Bowood House - Bowood is a grade I listed Georgian country house with interiors by Robert Adam and a garden designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It is adjacent to the village of Derry Hill, halfway between Calne and Chippenham in Wiltshire, England
an old building with ivy growing on it's side and flowers in the foreground
The man in the painting
Bowood is Georgian country house with interiors by Robert Adam and a garden designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It is adjacent to the village of Derry Hill, halfway between Calne and Chippenham in Wiltshire, England.
two men standing next to each other on a bridge
Lancelot Capability Brown – Jane Austen's World
Capability Brown directing gardeners.
a large white house with purple flowers on it's front door and walkway leading to the entrance
House with flowering Wisteria vine - Charmouth, Dorset, England ..
Dorset England
a large building with lots of plants in front of it
Harewood House from the Terrace Gardens
Harewood House near Leeds. Designed by John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood.