For some people, order offers relaxation. This backyard is all about order: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/porch/outdoor-rooms/backyard/?socsrc=bhgpin042114perfectorder&page=10
Walled kitchen garden at The Pig Hotel in Brockenhurst in the New Forest.
Lavender and roses... glorious combination... :) The scents, combined--utterly enticing. I'm thinking, add jasmine! Lovely entry to the garden, and you don't need a brick wall to make this happen. Cue, for you, T.
What a grand escape! I could plant all my produce and veggies! Maybe even a goat :)
P A V I N G .... material [Greys Court - Walled Garden - Henley on Thames, England ]
Scampston Walled Garden -The Perennial meadow in summer
Herringbone brick path with silver/blue/white plants: Possibility for front walkway on either side of brick/tile leading to front door.
Perennial growing height is important. Taller plants for the back of the border include Lillies, Acanthus, Delphiniums, Lavatera (Tree Mallow), Echinops (Globe Thistle) and Red Hot Pokers. Hollyhocks and Foxgloves give a real cottage garden look to your borders.
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Devon's home would have been similar to this. - Victoria magazine often took us to England. Here we get a bird's eye view of a spectacular manor house walled garden.