How to design an agro-industrial garden and what are the main design elements

The romantic style of the farmhouse garden has won the hearts of designers worldwide. The main reason is that this typical English style garden uses the overwhelming power of plants, the richness of colors and the complete diversity of species. The beauty of the farmhouse gardens is that the use of thematic flowers in small compartments or 'spaces', or the colour combination of flowers and foliage, produces the kind of wonderful effects seen at West Singhurst and Sidcote Estate.

Details of the farmhouse garden

Farmhouse gardens are supposed to be simple, geometric layouts, but many deviate from this pattern and become more emphatically idiosyncratic, especially as the design moves farther away from the house and deeper into the zone where the plants can run wild. The passageways are generally narrow, so there is partial plant cover along the way. Romantic plants soften the look of the garden, bringing you into a tight envelope of fragrant plants, gorgeous foliage and spectacularly gorgeous colors.

The pavement is all paved with a small area of material, such as brick, gravel, paving stones or pebbles, allowing moss, lichens and creeping plants to take root on its surface or joints. Simple seating, old pumping heads, cisterns, pumps and "found in place" materials can be interesting visual focal points and create a very natural and harmonious feel, with decorative rattan frames or domes separating the different planting areas.

Lawns are also often used, but the planting beds are the most important. Somewhere in the garden, fruit and vegetable gardens maintain the rustic geometry of the earliest farmhouse gardens, with brick, gravel paved or rammed earth paths leading to these laboring areas.

Main design elements of the agro-industrial garden

Lush vegetation. Farmhouse gardens require intensive management because of the large number of plant species. Its art is embodied in the purely genus-specific plant pairings and the selective pruning of overgrown species.
Rough facility. Garden furniture made of wood is meant to change its appearance over time, and plants can be worn in and out of it to create a reproduction that looks natural, but is actually cultivated and managed.

Rosette Stand. A rose stand is a great cover at the seating area, which can be used to connect different planting areas. Many cottage gardens will grow pink roses, whose intensely coloured, pleasant aroma will evoke a walk in the garden.
The vicissitudes of the path. Brick, stone pavers, and gravel pavement with overgrown plants on either side bring a textural accent, allowing the plants to sow seeds at will to soften the boundaries of the path and planting area.
Vegetables and herbs. Fresh cut flowers and herbs are often available in the production area. This charming combination dilutes the functional look of these areas and also has the effect of controlling pests.

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