Green Tree Garden Design Ltd
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Rear garden, Radwell, Hertfordshire

My clients' garden was looking sad and tired, and they wanted to create a large space for entertaining friends and family. The garden had to reflect and complement the interior design of the house, which is very contemporary, so I chose mid grey paving, and painted rendered walls to achieve this. Splashes of colour are provided through the planting, and the cushions, that pick up colours in the kitchen.
A selection of Urbis planters reinforce the colour schemes of the garden and provide structural interest.
The 3m green screens along the rear boundary provide an evergreen backdrop to the garden, security, and hide the farm buildings in the neighbouring fleld.

This garden is being developed in phases - the next phase of construction is being planned at present.

Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: GBP 100,001 - GBP 150,000
Country: United Kingdom
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Looking across the deck towards the water feature and outdoor kitchen.
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3m tall ivy covered green screens create a secure boundary, and provide an evergreen backdrop to the garden. In addition, they hide the view of farm buildings in the neighbouring field.
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A selection of Urbis planters has been used to provide additional interest, and Phormium 'Sundowner' planted to reflect the planting in the flowerbeds.
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My clients' garden was looking sad and tired, and they wanted to create a large space for entertaining friends and family. The garden had to reflect and complement the interior design of the house, which is very contemporary, so I chose mid grey paving, and painted rendered walls to achieve this. Splashes of colour are provided through the planting, and the cushions, that pick ...More
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Phormium 'Yellow Wave' frames the water feature.
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Nepeta 'Walker's Low' and Euphorbia 'Humpty Dumpty' soften the base of the Corten Steel arches.
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The outdoor kitchen separates the main patio from the rest of the garden, which will be built at a later stage. The corten steel arches frame the path that runs behind the water feature towards the rest of the garden. Richard Brown Photography Ltd
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A closeup of the corten steel arches. Their colour is reflected in the Urbis planters that stand on the gravel area behind the planting.
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Urbis planters in rusty finish complement the Corten Steel arches on the gravel area at the back of the flowerbed.
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Looking across the back of the garden across the sunken firepit and along the path that runs behind the water feature.
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A small patio has been placed outside the lounge, with a steel arch set into the raised flowerbed to link this area with the rear garden. Note the lawn is going to be relaid as part of the next phase of construction!
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Looking from the small patio towards the main garden.
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The farm buildings are clearly visible while the landscaping is taking place.
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The patio feels cramped and the landscaping is looking very tired.
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