A tiny front entrance garden had been made unwelcoming by A/C Compressors located right beside the front door; and by a narrow, uninviting walkway of interlocking pavers.
We designed an arbor which had two purposes: to hide the machines, of course, but also to enlarge the garden area by making space for climbing plants. And we made a new, wider, more generous entrance walk with lovely, natural fieldstone.
The South-facing garden was very hot and sunny – and planted accordingly. For the next 5 years the small Cherry tree we planted thrived -- until it became a big, beautiful Cherry tree. And the garden under it became a shade garden. We replanted accordingly – creating the beautiful shade garden that is there today
- Project Category: Front Gardens,
- Location: Secaucus, NJ