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Ceratopetalum TURON GATES 

July 2015

The client brief was to create an edible and enjoyable garden space. Located on the top of a hill with extreme cold and heat, plant selection was crucial to cope with the conditions.

Our landscape designer co-ordinated with the client in regards to the overall design, creating easy access from the house with a new set of steps and a post and rail fence with an old farm gate which created a great visual feature.

The plants were selected carefully to thrive in the harsh environment and produce a great variety of edible fruiting trees, nut trees as well as some vegetable garden beds for home grown seasonal vegetables together with a herb garden.The entire garden was fenced off to protect it from local wild goats that eat everything in their path!

A crushed rock path was created to meander through the garden this provided a great visual and usable space, with a large area to sit family and friends with a fire pit centred.

Landscape Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects

Constructed by: Change of Scenery Landscapes

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