To make the garden feel bigger and create a calm backdrop for the creative planting, [link url="http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/the-list/profile/garden-club-london"]Garden Club London[/link] designed the fences to be clad in western red cedar, while reclaimed timber was used for the seating.
Helen Fraser and Non Morris, founders of garden-design company, [link url="http://www.fraserandmorris.com/"]Fraser & Morris[/link], haven't let space restrictions stop them from creating an abundantly green and wonderfully lush garden, complete with a beautiful fig tree. Think big, people. [i]Taken from the September 2014 issue of House and Garden. [/i]
Add privacy by dividing yard into garden rooms. When you can't see your entire backyard from one vantage point, it feels more secluded -- and offers guests a sense of mystery as they explore around the next corner.