: 2000x1500 px
: June 13, 2018
The trick to gardening in a small yard is to break up the to be had area into a sequence of mini beds as opposed to looking to squeeze in a single large border. On this garden, brick pathways are used to create a series of little perennial borders around every of the brick pillars. The smaller beds additionally permit easier get right of entry to for weeding and planting activities.
The geometric layout of the paths pavers stands in contrast to the soft lines of the flowerbeds. Relying on shades of yellow green and white, the foliage of the plants, such as lady ferns, sweet woodruff, Brunnera, and Lenten rose, provide primary visual interest. A slim water feature and rhythmic plantings provide a peaceful, shaded setting.