The garden shows a naturally re-wilded landscape in south west England.
A brook flows through a copse of hawthorn, hazel and field maples beneath a winding old west-country stone wall. Below is a dam and pool created by beavers with a lodge behind. Rivulets of water trickle through the dam and spread out through a riparian meadow in which rejuvenating alders, goat and crack willow grow. An old timber walkway leads across the wetland meadow to a natural resting spot at the side of the pool. Through the landscape, native wildflowers mingle with grasses, while marginal plants throng the edge of the pool and streams.
The inspiration for the garden is the incredible abundance, diversity and beauty that arises from the presence of what the once lost and now re-introduced beaver brings to the British landscape.
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At present, the plants are likely to be donated to NHS hospital staff gardens and the hide will be donated to a Rewilding Britain Network site to be enjoyed by visitors. The remaining materials will be returned to the landscape from which they have been borrowed.
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