Front of an English house with a very flowery and colourful garden
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Enjoy your English garden

POETIC - FLOWERED - COLORED


Watercolour of an English garden by Noelle Le Guillouzic

Watercolours (gardens and plants): Noelle Leguillouzic

English Garden by Draw Me A Garden

The English garden, the opposite of the French garden, will make you rediscover nature. With its less geometric style, it allows you to stroll around in a place of freedom that makes you dream. He lets nature take over with its winding paths, presents a harmony of shapes, materials and colours. It offers a wild and poetic touch, where nature is free, while remaining ordered and structured. If you want the charm of a garden scented with roses, we offer you a garden with soft lines, a voluptuous and elegant vegetal atmosphere throughout the seasons.


Do you dream of quickly and simply transforming your exterior into a beautiful, flowery and welcoming space? Our simulation tool is here to help you! The operation is very simple. Draw the outline of your garden thanks to our map which is based on the cadastre plots. Then choose your point of view, and according to the garden style you have selected, a magnificent landscaped garden will be generated. By clicking on the 3D button, you can get a preview and move around in your future garden!

I create my garden in the English style
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Some ornamental plants of English Garden :

Watercolor of the geranium rozanne of Draw Me A Garden gardens

Geranium typ. Rozanne

Two-coloured, uninterrupted flowering for many months. Blue flowers carpet with white heart.

Watercolor of the physocarpus diabolo of Draw Me A Garden gardens

Physocarpus diabolo

Foliage ranging from dark purple to coppery orange in autumn. White flowering.

Watercolor of the hydrangea paniculata vanille fraise of Draw Me A Garden gardens

Hydrangea paniculata vanille fraise

Flowers in pink and white tones intertwined.

Watercolor of the fortuna rose bush of Draw Me A Garden gardens

Rosier rose remontant typ. 'maxi vita'

Floraison en bouquets. Fleurs simples rose tendre.

Watercolor of the Berberis Golden Torch of Draw Me A Garden gardens

Berberis

Deciduous lemon-yellow foliage turning red in autumn.


Where the French garden wanted to demonstrate human power by domesticating nature, the English garden favours the rediscovery of this nature in its wild and poetic aspect. This aesthetic influence took precedence in the 18th century, in a pre-industrial England. This irregular garden became an assumed reaction to the poor architecture of the buildings linked to the economic system in force at that time. The English garden became a symbol of emancipation from the absolute monarchy and its representatives. The rejection of symmetry and the questioning of the idea of beauty in the shape and size of gardens reflects the refusal to preserve outdated codes.
This new conception of the garden, carried out in England by William Kent (architect, landscape gardener, painter and engraver) and Lancelot "Capability" Brown (landscape gardener), spread throughout Europe. In France, Marie-Antoinette also followed this trend by having an English garden built within the Petit Trianon.
The irregular design of the English garden symbolizes the extension of the landscapes and is composed of winding paths with seemingly wild and undomesticated vegetation. The shapes and colours of the plants are varied and rocks, statues and benches contribute to the decoration of the garden. The itinerary is not marked out and allows you to "get lost" by encouraging daydreaming and strolling. A poetic wandering characteristic of the evolution of this period when the garden became a painting.