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Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary full sun backyard stone landscaping in London.

Fulham GardenContemporary Landscape, London

Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary full sun backyard stone landscaping in London. —  Houzz
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Deborah wrote:Aug 12, 2015
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    Tom Howard Garden Design and Landscaping

    Thank you! Olive trees are very easy to look after and only need to be pruned about once a year to tidy them up. They do however thrive in direct sun and need well-drained soil. If the area is part shade then Bay trees could work (Laurus nobilis). Evergreen and pretty hardy.

  • redplum

    Thank you so much for your information. The landscaping is so beautiful and inviting.

Irene Bautista wrote:May 16, 2016
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Vandenberg Landscape Design LTD wrote:Apr 25, 2016
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    Tom Howard Garden Design and Landscaping

    It's a trough system with drip line irrigation. Each trough is 1 metre wide and takes 6 x 1.5L plants. A company called Treebox in the UK is my supplier. We used Asplenium (tongue) ferns, Drypoteris, Heucherra, Carex and Euphorbia Robbiae.

kathybeachgirl wrote:Apr 2, 2016
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    Tom Howard Garden Design and Landscaping

    Hi. They are 'Box Balls' - Buxus. They can be bought at different sizes. The ones we used were 50cm and 80cm diameter. They only need to be trimmed twice a year and this is easily done with an electric topiary trimmer. Bosch do a good one for about £40 -http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Isio-Cordless-Shrub-Grass/dp/B00GZLFQB6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1459624641&sr=8-1&keywords=bosch+topiary

M. Malik wrote:Mar 12, 2016

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Egon Walesch Interior Design added this to 10 Ways to Revamp Your Garden ShedAug 8, 2016

2. Dress it up. If you’re stuck for space, make sure your shed is very much a part of the garden. Having window boxes, hanging baskets, containers and a framework for climbing plants around it will prettify your shed while showing off your green thumb. A verdant living wall camouflages the side of this shed. This can help insulate a building and maintain a lower temperature inside. Living walls can be expensive to construct and have specific maintenance requirements, so do your research beforehand.This approach is ideal if you feel that your shed is less than beautiful since the plants will distract the eye from the structure and, in time, disguise it. It also makes sense to use every available space, especially if your garden is small.

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Rachel added this to back yardyesterday

Trees and bushes along fence line

David Gray added this to Garden3 days ago

Boarders and horizontal fencing

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