November 19, 2017

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Cameron Gardens is appointed by The Four Seasons Hampshire

Cameron Landscapes and Gardens has announced that it has been appointed by Four Seasons, Hampshire to design and dress several of its private and public courtyards and terraces;
including the Restaurant Terrace, Private Suite Terrace, The Internal Courtyard and The Spa Courtyard.

Having recently undergone significant development works, Four Seasons has briefed Cameron Gardens to plant the new areas so that they unify with the surrounding landscapes and re-establish
the sumptuous planting of bygone years, whilst sustaining the Four Seasons’ philosophy of high end design and luxury. The planting throughout will feel unified whilst creating unique environments for each area.

“We are excited by this new partnership and look forward to working with Four Seasons Hampshire to help soften the new areas and ensure that they provide focal points from the inside and when outside areas which stimulate relaxation and joie de vie.”

Alasdair Cameron, managing director of Cameron Landscapes and Gardens, continued: “By using large terracotta, stone and wooden pots and planters, many of them reclaimed, and utilising planting of an evergreen back bone we will provide the areas with balance, structure and year-round interest. Depth is created by using plants of different shapes and heights and
bursts of colour and scent will be delivered with seasonal planting, which will enrich the palette and augment the atmosphere.”

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