Ealing family garden

The brief in this Ealing family garden was to produce a design which would screen the unattractive fencing and Leylandii trunks at the back of the garden, give colourful planting and include raised beds for growing vegetables.

Spool through the pictures below to see how the project unfolded.

Our design had arches, trellis and a seating arbour which provided screening, support for climbers and a focal point. We also added three raised beds for growing vegetables.  All the woodwork was stained in a sophisticated dark green.

The small existing flower bed running across the centre of the garden was made much larger and we added new beds behind on a higher level.  The new beds were filled with structural planting and perennials to provide some year round interest, and a brilliant summer display.


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