Contemporary garden in Geneva

A contemporary garden in Geneva with a limited palette of plants :

  • The garden is organized on different levels separated by a steep bank . Ornamental grasses mixed with Verbena bonariensis provides a simple and lively contrast while stabilizing the soil and  reducing maintenance. The grasses need cutting back annually.
  • Pleached Hornbeam have been used on the boundaries providing a green screen above head height.
  • A long staircase made of oak sleepers contrast with the wildness of the Ivy.
    Another staircase connects the main terrace to the hot tub. The cantilevered steps float among the Pennisetum.
  • Elements seem to be flexible and moveable. The impression of dynamism is accentuated by the asymmetric layout.

Other projects

Would you like to arrange a consultation ?
Get In Touch
ABOUT US

FIND US AT
  • Borde Hill Garden, Borde Hill lane, RH16 1XP Haywards Heath
  • 07762 809 197
  • info@paul-lehmann.co.uk
  • Instagram