Sloping Gardens

Example 1 – Enlarged patio and different height terraces with pathways and deep planting borders make a sloping square garden accessible and a joy to use.

Example 2 – Creation of flat lawn area above meandering pathway through planting and sunken deck create spaces that are useable and easy to maintain.

Example 3 – Unsightly terraces greatly enhanced whilst avoiding major groundwork.

Example 4 – Raised borders add interest to the edge of an existing patio, large lawn is reshaped to add deep planting borders, small patio is set into lawn slope for enjoyment of mountain views.

Example 5 – Deck platform in sunny corner of garden provides secluded sunbathing space next to raised lawn area.

Example 6 – Awkward sloping garden is transformed into low maintenance space with several seating areas joined by meandering pathways and steps all softened by planting and a trickling stream.

Example 7 – Existing steps, uneven terraces and various out buildings are cleared to create two large terrace areas linked by steps with natural paving and gravel areas with planting.

Example 8 – Uneven steeply sloping garden has flat lawn area, planted banks, pathways and steps giving good access to the garden with a secluded sunken terrace under a pergola and carefully positioned trees for privacy.

Example 9 – Using curvy lines and changes of level to soften and make good use of the space.

Example 10 – Making the most of a garden with a lovely rural backdrop.

Example 11 – Wide steps with attractive pots lead to a seating area from which the large planting borders can be enjoyed.

Example 12 – An extended patio leads to a lower paved area set under a pergola for enjoying the woodland below.