An unused derelict area of the garden gets a complete makeover!
Earlier this year we replaced an old and storm damaged fence for a customer.
Now, we’ve been back, on the second step of the journey to redesign this space. We’re after a relaxing space, with less grass to keep on top of. For this stage, we’ve focused on the bottom half of the garden to create a new decking area and wide border bed, to allow for shrubs and some climbers along the fence.
The next steps involve laying a unique patio and slate chipping design on the opposite side of the garden, with some raised beds, to really pull the garden together as a whole.
Today we spent some time clearing out a large flower bed, which had been overrun with self-sown shrubs, brambles, and a well established clematis.
There’s still a bit more to do, but it allows the client to now come up with some ideas of what could be!
A border and some bark certainly helps to tidy up, define and allow you to easily maintain your flower beds.