Colour rush in the farmers’ garden
At the request of the client, the existing farm garden with adjoining stables was to be redesigned. Central to this was the redesign of the planting bed directly on the residential terrace, which was to become a charming and inviting eye-catcher. The existing natural stone wall made of Silesian parlour sandstone was supplemented with a further row in order to create a more attractive spatial arrangement through the terracing. The basic structure of the planting is formed by lush plant groups of ground cover roses, geranium, echinacea and carex. These are supplemented by groups of hydrangeas, existing asters and hostas. The redesign is reduced but effective and at the same time easier to care for.
The formerly sleepy farm garden becomes a colorful feast for the eyes in every season.
Preliminary design: autumn 2018
Completion: Summer 2019
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