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Tiny Courtyard

  • View of the garden

    View of the garden

  • Yorkstone setts and paving

    Yorkstone setts and paving

  • Path to shed

    Path to shed

  • Stone and brick bench to match existing London stock wall

    Stone and brick bench to match existing London stock wall

  • Planting either side of the path

    Planting either side of the path

  • Alchemilla & Digitalis lutea

    Alchemilla & Digitalis lutea

  • Lavender & terracotta pots

    Lavender & terracotta pots

  • Hydrangea, Calamagrostis & foxgloves

    Hydrangea, Calamagrostis & foxgloves

  • Sentry shed tucked into corner

    Sentry shed tucked into corner

  • Salvias, geraniums in foreground

    Salvias, geraniums in foreground

This small courtyard garden was redesigned to make it more usable and repaved with sawn Yorkstone & setts. A new brick bench was built to offset an existing Londonstock wall and the existing boundary fences were painted a soft grey-green colour that went well with the brick and stone. Planting at ground level spills over onto the paving and a tall sentry shed replaced a much larger shed, and was painted to match the fence. Small LED lights extend the use of the garden into the evening.

Constructed by Paul Jenner

© Sue Creak 2018