large back garden
The clients wanted to bring more colour and interest into their characterless space. So garden planting advice was given as well as ideas for different shapes and structures that could be added to create more visual appeal.
The design needed to flow round their much-loved Pear tree and a woodland area was created here, with bark path and existing logs for low seating.
A quiet area away from the house was required where a water feature and Buddha would enhance the space. A pergola was also added to give height and enclosure.
The boundaries are very low as it’s a great neighbourhood for chatting, but height was required to break this up using bamboos, trees and junipers which complemented the surrounding planting.
We all look forward to see it develop and bloom over the coming years.
See here how just by changing a small area of planting can make a huge difference.