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Curved paths lead you around the garden

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Russian sage relishes the South facing aspect

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Box Balls highlight the edge

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Curved walls lead you up and into the garden

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Ramps mean inaccessible steps are a thing of the past

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Perfect for Grandchildren

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Raised veg beds beyond

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Foxtail lilies punctuate the planting

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Rest and relax...

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or here

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Overall, what an illusion of size...

Project Details

Having recently retired, the client and her husband needed to convert the downstairs and garage into single storey living accommodation, and likewise to redesign the garden to make the outdoor room more accessible and frankly interesting.

Garden Design Journal – April 05 Article Recommended by the clients’ Architects, we worked with designer Jo Alderson Phillips to airbrush out the dour breeze block retaining wall and steep flight of steps and to replace them with a Travertine terrace and resin bonded paths that meandered around the garden, in turn show casing existing mature trees. Read more…

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