Curved line not wiggles - interesting small UK garden
In the issue of the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) Garden magazine that just arrived yesterday, there was an interesting feature on a small (39'x 118') garden in London. One thing that particularly struck me was the lawn reduced to a broad curved path - without any wiggly edges to the beds bordering it! In most North American gardens, there seems to be an obsession with making wiggly curves as bed edges; I think long, smooth curves are so much better if you want the lines to curve. I thought this garden illustrated the impact of a smooth curve nicely.
I went looking for pictures of the garden since I don't think I can find or link the actual article here. I found a link to the garden on the designer's site, linked below. The last picture shows the curved lawn best I think. The article had a drawing that showed the whole garden - that doesn't seem to be on the website unfortunately. But the before and after pictures on the site were not in the article and are very interesting to see.
Here is a link that might be useful: small UK garden