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Purple Fuzz

Another garden now completed in Tunbridge Wells. The rear garden was completed last year and features on our website greencube.
Now the front has been completed including a resin bonded drive.

This modern front garden with a limited palette of planting and hardscapes that include dark grey granite and eco friendly millboard decking is looking wonderful, great kerb appeal and full of bees and butterflies.

A 600mm granite ball that took some hefty lifting into place by the landscapers and required reinforcing as it was too heavy to sit on a standard water feature grill.

Now looks great immersed in a simple palette of Nepeta, Buxus balls and Allium christophii

This border is sited at the entrance of the house and divides the drive from the courtyard space below.

It's a wonderful focal point as people arrive and walk down the steps to the front door.

Garden and planting by greencube

Construction by Creative Landscapes


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