- flower garden and stair patch
People around the world enjoy the gardens with many different different ways. Some love his eyes fixed on their beds, while others prefer to get their hands dirty working in the garden. For children, the garden is a place to play.
The owners of this home wanted a garden that satisfies the desires of everyone in the family, says landscape designer Robin Shafer. “They asked a large number of fragrant plants, roses in particular. With a view of the garden serving as a playground, sculptural aspects were also included in the design.”
Flowers were chosen for their seasonal color and their fragrance. Daphne, violet, heliotrope and Brunfelsia grow in the flower beds on terraces, which were created to accommodate a sloped site.
To continue using the space available, Bay trees grow against the walls, and star jasmine is trained as a wall covering.
A seat swing the highest adorns the terrace. Designed by a hedge of camellias, this space creates an enclosed garden for children.
“The herbs and edible plants, such as green beans, grow here. Tripods wood add visual interest to two plots of vegetables,” says Shafer. via