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Parterre is French for “on the ground”. The popularity of Parterre garden is dating to 17th-century France. The garden is similar to formal Elizabethan knot garden; however, knot gardens are more elaborate, with hedges of different varieties crisscrossing to appear as though they are knotted. Parterres can be much simpler in design, and often planted with a single hedge material in a pattern and with the spaces in between filled with herbs of different colors. The garden simply is a layout of symmetrical, geometrically raised beds bordered with boxwood and separated by brick paths providing a case of kaleidoscopia. As with knot gardens, parterres are best when located in a leveled area that can be viewed from above. A fence or wall surrounding the garden covered with some type of vine, such as ivy, ensures privacy and enhance the feeling of serenity.
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