09 May Bristol Dry Garden
Dry Garden Design Bristol
Using drought friendly planting and a meandering stepping stone path, plugged with scented Thyme a private and inviting space to sit has been created.
An added bonus is that the dry style planting requires very little maintenance and watering, despite the gardens lovely sunny aspect.
Although there is also a more private back garden attached to this house, due to the front of the house facing south, the clients wanted to create a space they could use without being fully visible by neighbours.
Therefore Pleached evergreen Eleagnus have been introduced, to the roadside boundary, to create instant screening and a Portuguese Laurel hedge has been added to the neighbouring boundary to create a slow growing low maintenance screen.
The Oak pergola provides much appreciated shade in the summer and adds an element of interest to this face of the house, where a rambling Wisteria will grow.
” Alicia’s designs exceeded expectations. Attentive, professional service – highly recommended ” – Client