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Ranelagh Road


From the sombre interior of a Victorian town house, the first glimpse of the back garden is totally unexpected - an explosion of colour and leaf textures.


Season:
Summer


Location:
London, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken


Feature No:   2927 

Qty of Images:    57 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
Designed and planted during the last seven years, this 18 metre x 14 metre rear garden is the work of its owners, who have a passion for sub-tropical plants such as palms, olives, paulownia, bougainvillea, agapanthus, bamboos and cacti, rising above a carpet of brightly coloured flowers - salvias, tithonias, cleome, abutilons, canna, dahlias, zinnias and lobelia. In the centre rests a small, circular, sunken lawn, a necessary foil to the riot of colours around. Closer inspection reveals it is artificial grass, a clever alternative to the original living lawn that never thrived. To one side of the south-facing garden, a winding path travels between raised beds, arriving at a small summerhouse, seating area and outdoor kitchen. A beautifully conceived and maintained outdoor space.

 

 

 
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