Small Garden Ideas Slabs. Likewise, don't prune back plants that spill over from a neighbour's garden, especially trees. Design by Karen Chapman, Le-jardinet Designs.
Here, the porch boasts a wooden bench and statement throw pillows. Moreover, flowerings plants and candle lanterns frame the steps. Crushed brick or gravel is a beautiful and low-maintenance paving option for small gardens.
Alternatively, incorporate a pond into the design of your patio and edge with stone edging or a.
Mix up decking, paving slabs, tiles, grass and stone chippings to create variety.
For instance, grass thrives in sunlight, so you'll want to place your grassy patch in the prime. Annabel and her family moved to London from Bahrain, and the garden reflects the middle Eastern style of the area. In a turf-covered garden, this type of pond edge is a pleasant visual break from the uniform stretch of green.
Plus, you'll shave off a few ££ from your patio laying costs. To make this garden idea, clear out an area preferably closer to your front door, and fill it up with small stones and gravel. Use old guttering to create a tiered herb garden. Cover bare areas of fence or brickwork with plants and trailing greenery and then look vertically for extra planting. Crushed brick or gravel is a beautiful and low-maintenance paving option for small gardens.