College CrescentAsian Garden, London

Design ideas for a world-inspired side garden in London with a water feature and natural stone paving. —  Houzz
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marlasinc wrote:23 August 2015
  • Charlotte C. Guzzo
    2 years ago

    Hi John - Where did you buy the iroko fences from?


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    John Davies Landscape
    2 years ago

    Hi Charlotte, they were made bespoke offsite and then fitted.

francesco777 wrote:2 July 2015
  • nausha1970
    2 years ago

    hi,

    i have to redo the garden as just having extension done(near completion)

    based in Romford.

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    Lomuarredi Ltd
    last year

    Beautiful!

robomama wrote:20 March 2016
  • robomama
    4 years ago

    Thank you again for helping me plan for my dream garden. Kind regards

  • Steve Brailsford
    last year
    Where did you source the trees from?
Nural Choudhury wrote:15 May 2015
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    John Davies Landscape
    5 years ago

    Hi Nural, all the timber on the house build was iroko so that's what we used for these panels.

Sole Vitale wrote:20 April 2019
    brandtie wrote:1 September 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      amandapollard
      Amanda Pollard added this to 22 Gardens Beautifully Enhanced by Trees13 May 2020

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      Victoria Harrison added this to 16 of the Best Small Urban Garden Ideas10 January 2019

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      optimisehome
      Optimise Home added this to How to Light Every Room in Your Home Beautifully6 April 2018

      GardenWhen it comes to lighting your outside space, it’s a good idea to pick a particular plant or feature and light it really well. By doing this, you’ll create a focal point that will connect you to the outside. Be conscious of your viewing points from inside the house – your lighting scheme should work to highlight parts of the garden.Tell us…Have you successfully lit a particular room in your home? If so, please share your tips and photos in the Comments section.

      amandapollard
      Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Garden Ideas for People Who Don't Like Gardening23 May 2017

      Stay off the grassThis urban garden is low-maintenance, yet stunning. Interest is added not with pretty planting, but through clever landscaping. The different levels and surfaces (paving slabs and gravel) create a contemporary feel and even makes the space seem larger than it actually is. There are easy-care green plants in the raised beds, punctuated by trees and larger shrubs, and there’s no grass in sight so the mower can be put away. The real showstopper, though, is the small pond that divides the two levels.

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      Coral Interiors added this to 11 Inspiring Design Ideas for Your New Build Home31 July 2016

      Breathe life into the gardenTo give a new garden a kickstart, make sure you allocate a reasonable budget for mature planting and shrubbery. This will give a foundation of coverage early on. A professional landscaper should be able to advise on which plants will work best for your garden’s location and soil, and which varieties will really play to your home’s architectural strengths. Factor in wiring for lighting, a hot tub, pond or water feature, which could add value to your home. These can be planned during the early stages, while the soft landscaping will need to be done after all the builders and tradespeople have left.

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      Jo Simmons added this to 12 Surprising Facts About UK Gardens and What We Do in Them6 July 2016

      Lighting gives us that outdoor room feelTo help our outdoor space work beautifully as an extra room, we often install lighting. Of those who did, 80% said it was to pick out features in the garden and create a lovely ambience, whereas 71% said they simply wanted to create a more enjoyable and relaxing space, which can be used after dark, too.

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