The project was a standard garden landscape design in Windsor.
The garden was framed by a Laylandi tree. To create the illusion of a larger garden, wood chips and sleepers were installed around this tree to contain the flower bed.
The two raised flower beds were quilt with drainage and for membrane protection Modak Indian sandstone was installed. This sandstone was also used to match the brickwork of the property. Curved edging was cut into the paving which added fluidity to the overall design.
The vegetable patches were designed with two courses of sleepers. Their height was adjusted for ease of access and depth of the soil. This meant that vegetables and plants would successfully grow in here with ample soil depth.