Courtyard Water Feature
This small terrace garden in Rawden near Leeds was an unkempt, cluttered garden which made it unusable by the client.
The new garden was designed and landscaped to incorporate a very simple water feature within the larger garden terrace. The garden can now be used as an outdoor dining area with clean lines formed with the dark slate edging and warm coloured sandstone paving.
Granite setts also form part of the garden paving design and cobbles were placed in the water feature to add interest. New fences were erected to tidy up the garden boundary and provide privacy and climbers were encouraged to grow up the trellis. The garden planting is lush with contrasting textures and colours.
Simple water feature to add interest to garden terrace
Contrasting surface materials of stone and slate
Slate forms a contrast edging to the garden terrace
Room for outdoor dining on the garden terrace
Lush planting with euphorbia and geranium
Cobbles placed in the bottom of the pool