Garden for 'new build'
The steep rear garden to this 'new build' house is divided into three levels linked with paths and steps to maximise the outdoor space for relaxing and entertaining.
The lawn is enclosed with secure fencing to keep the dogs safe. Plant borders surrounding the lawn are filled with shrubs and perennials to soften the picket fencing and offer year-round colour.
Mature trees overhang the garden on the south side creating an opportunity for shade loving plants such as Hydrangea, Ferns, Fatsia, Skimmia, Euonymus and Astilbe. The other side of the garden enjoys hot sun and the borders are filled with sun loving plants such as Roses, Penstemon, Nepeta, Geraniums and ornamental grasses.
Sun loving plants flank the main path
Gravel from the original garden is reclaimed and used in the new layout.
A standard rose provides a focal point
Refurbished terrace with cedar coping and handrail
Shade loving plants - Hydrangeas, Astilbes and Anemones