Old couple Tony and Marie Newton, 71, began renovating the garden in 1982, paying more than £ 15,000 for the conversion, featuring 450 azaleas, 120 Japanese maple trees, 15 juniper trees . The garden in Walsall, West Midlands, is nicknamed the “four seasons” because of its year-round appeal.
The couple, Marie and Tony Newton, both 71 years old from England, spent 22 years turning their rear lawn into a spectacular paradise, known as the “Four Seasons” garden.
Bursting with vivid colors, the vast garden houses 140 Japanese maple trees, 20 ilex oaks, 15 juniper trees and two giant Virginia creepers.
In the face of the harsh local weather, the couple always keep an eye on the weather forecast to prevent frost that could kill vulnerable trees.
An aerial shot of the couple’s unique garden at the time the garden possesses the most striking colors every time the weather falls.
Tony & Marie Newton had long retired. The garden is the desire from a young age of the wife and husband to realize this dream.
In addition to the elderly couple, there are four adult children and their four grandchildren spend two hours a day maintaining the beauty of the bushes and bushes.
With her passion, the whole family turned the garden into a masterpiece that everyone admired.
The garden includes a nearly 100-meter walkway that leads you to five waterworks, including a 20m long rock stream and a small bridge.
The outside view of the house from the road in Walsall, West Midlands, does not have any revelation of the colorful paradise hidden behind, only the neatly trimmed fences.
Boasting 3,000 species of tree, this garden has attracted visitors from 28 countries around the world. Not only come to enjoy the landscape of the garden, young couples also come to learn about the happy life of the old couple.
An aerial shot makes the flower beds look like a bed, next to a bench hidden by a variety of brilliant plants.
The secret sitting area nestled between blueberry and bamboo trees makes it possible to think of a peaceful paradise of trees.
Coming to the lawn is also carefully manicured by the couple, bringing the appropriate thickness to create a wonderful landscape.
The garden has mystical appeal in all seasons. It is nicknamed the “four seasons” for this same reason.
View of the garden from above.
The four-season garden of Marie and Tony Newton began in 1982, with the original idea of creating lawns surrounded by tall trees.
View of the garden in 1992, the trees are still quite small and quite small compared to the present.
Two years later, in 1994, some landscapes were built with boulders added around to give the garden a more natural look.
A rabbit hides among green bushes, yellow tulips and a road leading to a Japanese-style temple.
The Japanese-style temple is located at the end of the garden path, surrounded by bamboo and other trees of Asian origin.
A view from above shows how the couple made the most of the space, even including a small bridge as a distinct but unique oriental feature.