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The boxwood inspirations

Boxwood and yew are our favourite plants because of their timeless elegance. There is in no such garden that we design without the spheres, cones, or at least screens and frames made of boxwood and yew. They are our landmarks.

Clipped boxwood and yew topiaries are completed with colourful perennials, ornamental grasses and evergreen shrubs. Thanks to this all surfaces of the garden of such style have geometrical character and match each other perfectly. They look intriguing in every season of the year, even in winter, when gardens planted with perennials look bleak and empty.

The inspirations for our boxwood plantings originate in private English gardens, which we visit every year, and the Chelsea Flower Show exhibition. The photos of the boxwood inspirations come from our trips to England.