Tag Archives: Francis Bacon

Treillage

Treillage is just a posh [and French] word for trellis!  Its one of the oldest forms of garden structure and in medieval and Tudor times was often called ‘carpentry work’.  Although the idea of trelliswork sounds simple and rustic,  in … Continue reading

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Mounts and Mounds 1: reusing the past

There’s nothing like a good view, and if you don’t have one naturally why not create one? Don’t have high ground? No problem – create it artificially. Although man-made hills are often associated with fortifications – think motte and bailey castle – … Continue reading

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