Iris – Miniature Tall Bearded
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NEW HOUSE AND GARDEN
Before: Gazebo jutting out into the lawn
Before: Terrace has become cramped with extensions to the house. The dining set blocks the walkway to the lawn from the kitchen
After: New curvaceous lawn and border sweep round to incorporate the Gazebo within the planted area making it more secluded with a sense of being immersed in lush planting.
After: The large stone water feature has moved to allow the dining area to expand. It is raised with a wide wall offering extra seating as needed.
After: New raised wall with bespoke glazed tiles, one of the clients is a ceramicist. The wall offers space to display collections of plants and also doubles as extra seating.
Leaves cut back to the ground in mid winter to show of the flowers to their best advantage as they make their seasonal entrance.
After: New Herb bed balancing the planting areas either side of the dining terrace allows for a wide herb bed and en extension of the clients collection of herbs.
To allow for additional planting and sculpture a new border is cut into the lawn. Allowing a wide lawn sweep to the rear and filled with rich tones of late summer.
Garden ornaments and furniture
Year one after planting the late summer border is filled with colour and wildlife.
Elements of the clients travels are captured in the gardens. A Japanese stone bridge under a weeping cherry.
Late summer colours wrapping around an existing wooden sculpture.
Late summer colour in a new border.
Sedum ground cover
Before: Town garden
3D model for London Garden
Build for London Garden
Set of planting plans showing location and individual plant
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