Garden makeover in Dublin 6W

Garden makeover in Dublin 6W

Before

Before

Before

Before

A project to design and landscape an old garden in Dublin 6W and create a low maintenance sub-urban oasis for the busy owners.

Closely following the completion of significant refurbishment works to the property, the proud owners next turned their attention to completing a major overhaul of the old garden. The generously sized garden enjoyed a bright and private aspect in a very popular and mature Dublin 6W neighbourhood. Keen to exploit its generous size, the owners were committed to developing a garden rich in planting and features but one which would not be too demanding in terms of ongoing maintenance requirements.

Fortunately the garden was clutter free, boasting a generous lawn area but the adhoc and coarse finishing to aspects of the boundary walls demanded specific attention.

Three key elements of the new design featured timber cladding of all boundary walls to provide a more unified and appealing garden boundary, a substantial site embracing raised planting bed finished in natural sandstone with a drystone finish to provide a stunning, structured and elevated planted area with the added benefits of easy access to all planted areas and lots of informal seating and a new roll turf lawn area would retain a central position in the new layout.

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Fixing timber battens for wall cladding

Raised bed foundations

Raised bed blockwall completed

Installing timber wall cladding

 

Cladding the walls has an immediate impact

Construction of sandstone raised bed in progress

Timber cladding and raised beds now taking significant shape

As installation of wall cladding nears completion, it's time to consider colour finish

Installing the sandstone wall capping on raised bed

Construction of natural stone wall almost complete

Excavating channel for lawn edgings

Topsoil filling of raised beds

 

 

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