Garden Pathways: A sneaky solution

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It is far from always the case that our garden plot is a perfect rectangle. Many of us find ourselves with an odd shaped plot but, more often than not, this can be used to your advantage by taking that awkward shape and creating a feature of it. Here the effect of the narrow passage is diminished by fragmenting the Garden Pathways into sections.

In the case of this garden, which becomes extremely narrow toward the rear boundary, pathways set at an angle helped to disguise the decreasing width by leading the eye across the garden, as opposed to straight down its length.

Generously proportioned beds planted with lush foliage pants ranging in size also help to focus the eye on more positive aspects.

family garden design
family garden design