Building a garden by hand: Part 3

Building a garden by hand: Part 3

Building a garden by hand: Part 3The natural beauty and texture of natural stone never fails to impress and our current project, which has progressed very well demonstrates even at this late (even though still unfinished) the stunning qualities of natural stone.

Our suburban garden project is progressing well and an outline of end design / end result is beginning to emerge. We now have many tasks “ticked off” our list

  • The natural sloping site was ideal for a design that split the garden into two levels is now complete and provides a striking layout with a well defined open aspect
  • Planting, which were restricted primarily to the perimeter is also finished and,
  • Beautiful dry stone walling is complete providing an excellent finish for the raised planting beds
  • The timber wall cladding is fully painted with warm jasmine finish; it’s a striking contrast to the darker and more dramatic green tone of the rear trellis paneling.

The beautiful texture and finish of the stone really completes the garden and makes one think…natural beauty, durable finish, crafted textures…think natural stone.

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