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Think about colour coordination. “People put together colours in a garden that they wouldn’t dream of putting together in their home. Too many pink plants look awful,” says Lizzie Tulip
Have a focal point, whether it’s a gateway, a pot, ornament or beautiful plant.
Have a garden bench or seating. People often forget this and seating means you can sit and enjoy the garden.
Have some element of grow your own, so vegetable plots, fruit trees or herbs in pots.
Have a garden building if you have the space. A garden office or beautiful summerhouse will add value
For larger country houses a tennis court is still desirable as is a pool but only if it is well designed. The latest trend is for natural swimming ponds and lakes, which are chemical free.