The term "English garden" Originally from England and later spread throughout Europe. He stands for an idealized representation of nature. As a rule, the English garden must include a lake, well-manicured meadows, many trees, recreations of classical temples, gothic ruins, bridges and other architectural achievements. In the 19th century, the gardens and parks were already influenced by the English Garden worldwide.
The photos you see in this post show patterns of English gardens in different countries. As you can see, the main principles of the structure and structure of the English Garden have been taken into account. But if it is e.g. around a country garden, certain elements are omitted or added. Tradition is beautiful but nowadays things are changing very fast and even the parks and gardens can be transformed a bit.
We leave you alone now, so you can check what English garden exactly means. We believe that you will take care of yourself very soon.
Typical english garden - there is a lake, wide meadows and an architectural symbol - the bridge
English Garden - expression of aristocracy
Another English garden - but this is much more colorful
This English garden can also be called a country garden
Architecture and beautiful flowers
Avenues and small paths are very typical
Castle, surrounded by English garden
The avenue to the castle
Small picturesque lake - you can watch from the bank
Garden in garish nuances
Gorgeous roses in the country garden
Garden with amphitheater structure
These figures are very traditional for the English garden
English Garden in Ireland
Round shaped garden in Norway