Gravel gardens are an ideal way of having a low maintenance garden, it provides an ideal area for drought tolerant planting and is relatively cheap to design. You may even require the gravel garden for off road parking/driveways but wish to keep a level of beauty at the same time with flowers and border plants.
Costs: - Gravel and membrane to suppress the weeds is inexpensive so it is better to spend a little extra on the plants and garden sculptures (if any) these will add more interest to the gravel garden.
Maintenance: - Less watering and weeding is required because of the gravel mulch and membrane.
We will prepare a landscaping design for the gravel garden (if required) a specification and a cost schedule before implementing any work, we understand you want little disruption as possible.
Bulbs, Shrubs and Plants For Gravel Gardens
Bulbs: Allium, Colchicum, Crinum x powellii, Nerine bowdenii
Shrubs: Ceanothus, Cistus, Cordyline, Cytisus, Hebe, Hypericum, Juniperus, Lavandula, Rosmarinus, Salvia, Santolina, Thymus, Yucca
Bedding: Cosmos, Gazania, Portulaca
Herbaceous perennials: Achillea, Bergenia, Crambe, Crepis incana, Echinops, Eryngium, Euphorbia, Iris unguicularis, Kniphofia, Nepeta, Oenothera, Osteospermum, Papaver, Phlomis, Sedum, Verbascum
Grasses: Miscanthus, Pennisetum, Stipa
Climbers: Campsis, Trachelospermum
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Sue & I wanted to say a big thank you to you and your team for the amazing job you did in transforming our garden. Adam and the rest of the lads worked extremely hard in sometimes dreadful weather. They are a very polite and friendly bunch of guys and good to have around. We are now looking forward to enjoying our garden once the weather improves.
In fact we had coffee on our new patio this morning.