The client here offered us the opportunity to re-landscape both the back and front gardens. First we needed to tackle the rear garden where an old tiered border was in desperate need of rejuvenating, and removing a large holly stump from the centre of one side of the bank.
For the new tiered beds, softwood sleepers were used, along with steps up to the rear gate This resulted in an attractive modern look, without losing the natural charm of the garden.
In the front garden the client was looking for a clean look, low maintenance garden with a new path to the front door and side access, with a screen that would sit above the fence line to the side.
So we suggested for the screen, we sourced Plached Hornbeam, which is a perfect natural screen with 1.2m2 growth over frames. Then the raised beds were created for two feature fruit trees, and Welsh blue slate for the no fuss clean finish. The Lavender Angusti folia framed the garden, scenting the approach to the house and offering a wonderful habitat for wildlife.