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Classical Gardens: A New Perspective Anthony Rayworth Tuesday 14 January 2020

For the first time in history, the garden is able to accommodate elements and approaches from previous generations whilst ensuring that wider considerations such as ecology, sustainability and the encouragement of wildlife are placed at the forefront of any design decision making process. One consequence of such awareness is a new perspective on what exactly constitutes a garden, as a re-appraisal of aesthetics and responsibilities has led to innovation in both design methodology and planting combination.