The Transformation of a Yorkshire Garden

Date: Wed 14th December 2016

The transformation of a Yorkshire Garden from our first visit in January to completion in July. 

Looking back to a completed garden this year. Access to the garden was via a set of steep, slippery Yorkshire Stone steps. In our design, access to the garden was opened out and the top tarrace made larger to allow for comfortable outdoor dining. The whole process began in January 2016 with an initial meeting, then a survey, Outline plan, Detail plan, costings, build in June 2016 and fianlly planting in July 2016.

Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire Stone Steps Sweeping and Patio Terrace   Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire Stone Steps Sweeping and Patio Terrace with Stone Walls

The completed garden in July 2016.

 

The build of the sweeping garden steps. 

Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire Stone Steps Sweeping and Patio Terrace before   Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire Timber slat fencing and planting

The 'before' garden in January 2016. 

 

The build and planting complete with timber slat fence. 

Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire Planting with Salvia Box Cistus and penstemon   Paperbark Garden Design Yorkshire hakonechloa and euonymus lawn

The purple/blue Salvia, Cistus and Buxus (Box) to be planted. The box will be clipped to form a low formal hedge.

 

Hakonechloa and Euonymus ready for planting around an exisitng laburnum.


 


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