Wildlife & Water Garden
The entrance to this garden begins with a log pavement and cedar wood chip path immediately setting the scene for this woodland style design. The path leads along the front of the house and is surrounded by drifts of informal naturalistic planting. A bug hotel sits close by.
The path leads to a red cedar decked terrace. Steps lead up to a secondary seating area housing a sunken bog, filled with aquatic plants. This area is nestled around native trees creating a ‘woodland edge’ feel.
A large L shaped cedar pergola connects the two seating areas. Their paths are planted with highly scented climbers and large drifts of plants. The two walk ways meet at an axis, housing a cedar shingle roofed gazebo. From here you can take a seat to view the wildlife pond adjacent. A raised viewing deck from the house also offers another opportunity to enjoy the views of the water.
A variety of native and wildlife friendly plants are used with violets, yellow, white and pink hues to bring a mixture of both colour to the garden and food and shelter for the wildlife throughout the year.
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I am based in the West Midlands and cover the following areas for work: Bournville, Kings Heath, Kings Norton, Redditch, Barnt Green, Alcester, Bromsgrove, Earlswood, Henley-In-Arden, Edgbaston, Kidderminster, Worcester, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Leamington Spa, Solihull, Warwick, Kenilworth, Hereford, Evesham and Lichfield. I am also available for work in London and Internationally.
I offer contemporary garden design and garden landscaping and architectural landscaping. Features include patio, decking, topiary, planting design, pergolas, garden structures, garden ponds and water features. I also specialise in rooftop gardens, cottage gardens, family gardens, kitchen gardens, suburban gardens and country gardens.