He, in particular, replaced the symmetrical water ponds of irregular shape. Brown and Repton went down in history as an outstanding master of landscape architecture. Direct paths are replaced with winding paths, replacing clipped hedges came freely arranged group of plants. Streams and waterfalls were placed so that a continuous moving panorama. The lawn started at the house. But still the best master of this style, the "King of the landscape," says Lancelot Brown (1715 – 1783), who went from one customer to another, pointing to the "opportunities for improvement", which provided him a good salary, and an honorary nickname of the Almighty Brown. Brown is particularly keen to make the park a natural look. His best creation – Stowe in Buckinghamshire.
The National Trust considers the park to "the best works of British art." In Stowe almost the first time was paved ditch for protection from livestock. Because of this fence will not spoil the view. Brown liked to work with water, the lake – authentic decoration of its parks. The famous garden at Luton Hoo, located in an area of 1,600 acres. In the garden many interesting water, landing on the hills, winding ravines, which are scattered groups of trees. Here, magnificent examples of stony and aquatic plants, rose garden, a wooded part of the garden with flowering shrubs such like – terry cherry, rhododendrons and azaleas. Bulbs planted in the meadows in the shade of trees. Gardens and lakes in the park Blenheim Palace in Oxford – among the best of the 200 he created landscapes.