from the UK
introduced to the UK from France by Capability Brown. A HaHa is
a boundary barrier that does not block the view. It was used to
keep animals such as sheep and cattle out of the formal garden without
loosing the view across the countryside. a HaHa was usually a 'semi-ditch'
with the garden side a wall.
It was called
a HaHa form people's comments once they were told the reason for
products such as perspex, it is possible to create the HaHa principle
in a fence.
Specialist - Marian
the UK is right. Ha-Ha's belong to the elements of the landscape
garden style of the 18 century. It was intend to have a seamless
change of the lawn by the house and the landscape behind, so it
looks like the whole surrounding belongs to the garden.
of a deep section with a wall in it to keep the cattle or wild out
of the garden. For the construction of a Ha-Ha you have to dig a
lot. It's depending of the size of the garden how long and deep
your Ha-Ha is going to be. Do you have a big garden in a park landscape
then the Ha-Ha must be about 1,80 m deep and the wall even 1,80
m high. The wall can made of concrete blocks and bricks or bricks
with cobbles or other materials that look natural by the house.
It can be useful to put drains so there's no standing water in your