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Front Garden - Court Lane Contemporary Landscape, London

green roof of bespoke bin park
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http://www.eyre-design.co.uk/gardens/court-lane/
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary front yard gravel driveway in London. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Annie Thornton added this to How to Get Started on a Landscape Redesign
Also think about practicalities that you may have forgotten. Do you need storage for outdoor tools or sports equipment? Do you have a place to put garbage and green-waste bins?
Lauren Dunec Design added this to 12 Enclosure Ideas for Trash Bins, Compost Piles and AC Units
While the enclosure visually recedes into the fencing, the living roof of hens-and-chicks (Sempervivum spp.) stands out as a mini frost-tolerant dry garden. One would imagine that when viewed from the home’s upstairs windows, the succulent-topped enclosure would blend into the larger garden beds.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Pat Bingen added this to Pat Bingen's Ideas
Landscaping, hiding air conditioners with a real garden top
Ferenc Koskoczi added this to Terasz, kert
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maressoa added this to Bin enclosures
While the enclosure visually recedes into the fencing, the living roof of hens-and-chicks (Sempervivum spp.) stands out as a mini frost-tolerant dry garden. One would imagine that when viewed from the home’s upstairs windows, the succulent-topped enclosure would blend into the larger garden beds.
jimsandweg added this to Outdoor Patio
Conceal AC, Trash Cans, Frost Free raised beds
Stephen Reny added this to Back Yard
To help a shed for garbage and recycling bins read more as “garden” than “structure,” consider topping the enclosure with a living roof or planting vines to cover the exterior. In this London garden, designer Kate Eyre positioned the enclosure for the bins along the far side of an entryway courtyard. The thin, horizontal boards match the home’s fencing. Hens and Chicks
leannzarling added this to Chelan
While the enclosure visually recedes into the fencing, the living roof of hens-and-chicks (Sempervivum spp.) stands out as a mini frost-tolerant dry garden. One would imagine that when viewed from the home’s upstairs windows, the succulent-topped enclosure would blend into the larger garden beds.

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