Garden Design Dealign With Corners
The flowers were chosen for their long length of bloom time.
Garden design dealign with corners. For long slopes 2m deep treads essentially a series of platforms aren t uncommon. A garden that slopes up from a property is clearly visible from the house so help to link it to your interior with a gorgeous snaking path that s fun to look at and walk on. As a guide the riser the vertical face should be no higher than 15 to 20cm.
The area marked in red on the image below shows the position of the retaining wall that would be needed to create two levels. This tiled path in beautiful blue tones draws the eye all the way to the upper reaches of this gently sloping garden enticing you to explore to the end. The best thing about small gardens is creating cosy corners.
Shade is an inevitable part of gardening so rather than thinking of shady corners as lifeless voids you can use our tips and shade garden ideas to embrace them and to. The planting border at the back would slope towards the lower level and the plants would help to hide the remaining slope. The tread the flat part you stand on should be a minimum of 30cm and the tread can be as deep as you like.
Side slope garden and design.
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