Garden Design in Celbridge, Co. Kildare

This typical rectangular back garden was designed and implemented in 2015 by Aspects of Landscaping team. It is located in one of the residential areas in Celbridge, County Kildare. The main idea behind that back garden project was to build a good-sized recreation area that combines both: patio and lawn. The lower paving area was laid parallel to the house and was finished with a retaining brick wall capped with a quartz stone. Aspects of Landscaping team used sandstone slabs for the patio and steps that lead to the higher level of the garden with a lawn and flower beds. Stepping stones that lead to the shed and BBQ area was also paved with sandstone paving slabs
The lawn area was deliberately designed to cut off the corners of the rectangular look. Sandstone paving brick was used as an edging between the lawn and flower beds. Aspects of Landscaping' designer and the client has agreed to set up the rabbit house in the opposite corner of the garden. The opposite wall of the garden was plastered and painted with a standing out colour to give a nice background for the plants.
Flower beds were planted with ornamental shrubs such as Euonymous, Fuchsia, Hebe, Rhododendron, Camellia, Azalea, viburnum. As an addition, Aspects of Landscaping team has also planted herbs: lavender, mint, Rosmarinus, Sage, Salvia and Thyme. Trees including  Acer, Betula and Prunus were planted. Heathers and Herbaceous plants including Agapanthus, Anemone, Astilbe, Hosta, Rodgersia, Helleborus. Ferns, Climbers and Alpines close the list of the plants.
The existing fence was repair and diamond shape framed trellis were set up. One of the trellises on the plastered and painted wall for the support for the climber. The other trellis was set up to screen the shed. As a final job Aspects of Landscaping has to hang bespoke side gate and external water tab was set up.

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