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Permeable Front Garden

  • Bands of clay pavers and flint gravel set in a honeycomb matrix

    Bands of clay pavers and flint gravel set in a honeycomb matrix

  • Beech hedge

    Beech hedge

  • Painted bin store

    Painted bin store

  • Yorkstone, lavender & hakonechloa

    Yorkstone, lavender & hakonechloa

  • Geranium Rozanne

    Geranium Rozanne

This front garden needed to accommodate one car and space for bin storage. In order to make the garden as permeable as possible, we used bands of red clay pavers and flint gravel to go with the red and London stock brick detail on the front of the house. York stone paving is used near the entrance, to provide a more formal entrance. LED uplights are set amongst the brick paving. A beech hedge was planted along the front wall, and fairly natural planting includes hydranges, grasses and geraniums. A painted bin store sits neatly on the side of the garden.

Constructed by Paul Jenner

© Sue Creak 2018