In a world where awareness of water as a precious resource is increasingly important, the Court Garden looked back at the gardens of early Persia which celebrated water’s life giving properties with gardens offering both tranquillity and abundance.
In this garden, a rill and two small weirs with a paved surround interconnected two rectangular pools. Clipped mounds of box bushes nestled on both sides of the pool, adding a formal look to the garden. Avenues of trees led the eye down the water where lilies bloomed. At the rear, a lead urn with lotus flowers sat under a beautiful stone arch.
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