- Posted on: 23rd February 2013
- Under: Landscaping, Planting/Maintainence
The Garden on the Hill
Confronted with the challenge of a triangular garden, which slopes in two different directions, we set about creating a stage of terraces and built up one side of the garden in order to widen the upper lawn area.
We used sleepers to define each level and flower beds creating a series of squares and rectangles within the triangle. This meant that there was more usable space made up of lawns and patios.
With no trees or shrubs present in the garden to start with it gave us a blank canvas in which we created new vertical growth that eliminated the eyesores such as the adjacent roads. Instead we promoted and enhanced the fantastic panoramic views across London.