Victorian Villa Back Garden

This back garden had been leveled and grassed with little interest so the space was broken up into several areas, a fruit garden, main garden, sunken terrace and vegetable patch. And deep borders for perennials created to provide interest and colour throughout summer.

 
 

A beech hedge was used to separate the main flower garden from the fruit garden and drawn the eye to the summer house focal point and away from the outbuildings at the bottom of the garden. A dry stone wall was built to create a sunken terrace in the sunny corner of the garden.

 
 Before - Uninteresting lawn and trees

Before - Uninteresting lawn and trees

 After - curved path leads eye through the garden

After - curved path leads eye through the garden