Low brick wall and white top in contemporary front garden in London.
At the moment, the small front garden looks bare and uncluttered: the owners of the House want an easy-care design for the almost 23 square meter front garden, because they still have a large green area behind the terraced house. The front garden with terrace in a quiet residential area is facing south and is also used as a seat.
Easy-Care Terraced House Front Garden
Bright colors in summery yellow and white determine the design. The mourning stem rose ‘Hella’ with its half-filled white flowers forms the centre in the front garden. At her feet soft woman’s coat is planted, which spreads with its delicate green-yellow pile in the summer months like a dense carpet under the Rose.
The existing terrace is extended by a triangular wooden ceiling element. Two high wooden partitions provide some privacy. A wooden bench is placed in front of the right partition on the terrace. To the right and left of it, through recesses in the ground, a clematis ‘Kathryn Chapman ‘ climbs up to the screen, which produces white, fragrant flowers from June to September. The garbage cans, previously hidden behind the shrub, disappear into a wooden box and find a new place near the entrance to the House.
The wooden wall to the left side is greened on both sides with Slender upright stock roses ‘Parkallee’, which find a hold on the screen. To thrive your feet brand whorls herb with its striking yellow Flowers. Along the walkway Gray spreading the Holy herb that is widely used with its silvery, aromatic Leaves and many yellow flowers of Mediterranean Flair. The girl’s eye ‘Grandiflora’forms a strong golden-yellow splash of colour from June to September.
A small gravel surface with spring stone enriches the terrace. Filigree hair grass ‘Frosted Curls’ loosens up the stone surface, and two ball lights additionally create a nice atmosphere in the evening hours. The floor-covering carpet Myrtle Aster ‘Snowflurry’ is well drought-tolerant and reliably closes the gaps in the bed. In September and October, at the end of the season, you will pamper yourself with numerous White Ray flowers.
Romantic Sun Spot
In the second proposal is also a small Seating was planned to be square, semi-round, with climbing roses overgrown Mini-rose arbour, the direction of the terrace is placed. Here you can enjoy the warm afternoon protected from foreign views, while shrubs such as the white half-filled Marshmallow ‘China Chiffon’ and the likewise White splendor-Spiere provide backing to the sidewalk.
The small gravel seat is surrounded by large planted Stork’s beak ‘Saint Ola’, blue-flowered Knight’s spur ‘Piccolo’ and small shrub roses: the robust variety ‘Sweet Haze’ has simple pink flowers with dark stamens and a light scent.
As a border of the stork beak area a narrow gravel strip was created, which is loosely planted with pink splendor candle, picturesquely overhanging Orient lamp cleaner grass, red-leaved purple lilies ‘Plum Pudding’ as well as dainty white ribbon flowers ‘dwarf snowflake’. This area can also be wonderfully complemented by colour-matching bulbous flowers, which, together with the Loop Flowers, open the flower clusters in spring, closely followed by Stork’s beak, magnificent spikes and roses. The remaining shrubs, perennials and ornamental grasses then provide wonderful flower highlights in white, pink and blue throughout the summer and into autumn.