Village, farm, chalk stream and manor house are drawn from all over England, but the resulting scene looks very like the northern part of the Stour Valley in Dorset, which is where I live. The landscape is divided into farmland, coppiced woodland (where many of my client's materials are sustainably sourced), under-managed woodland and parkland. Every tree and plant had to be identifiable, i.e. the coppiced hazel, mature oaks, ash, willows & aspen near the river, and cedars, limes and copper beeches in the parkland. The countryside abounds in brambles, nettles, thistles and grasses - all just turning brown as October advances.