Bisou Gallery Garden – Case Study

The Challenge

The owner of this garden has a keen interest in all things culinary so and wanted the her unusually shaped garden to reflect this interest. The was also a desire for  practicality and simplicity within the space.

The Solution

A herb border and soft fruit trees are incorporated within this garden design, as well as plentiful nooks for housing artifacts collected through life. Design elements include raised beds, a wide long border with sculptural pieces with contemporary or traditional edging, and a water feature.

How we did it…

  • Design 65%
  • Landscaping 25%
  • Planting 5%
  • Aftercare 5%

Description of work

Artisan Gardeners removed the wooden balustrade of an old balcony and replaced it with glass to introduce a formal line of perspective, created by boundary fences and the sculptural pieces. The planting was simplified; introducing evergreens and blowsy shrubs and perennials to create all year interest. Granite and basalt chips were used alongside sleepers.

Installed by: Lucie Tait of The Artisan Gardeners & Josh Jupp Landscapes. 

The Results:

Overall, this garden design offers a modern, clean feel. The contrast of artifacts and crisp edges give an interesting view throughout, while an even lawn area and shallow steps aid easy movement around the space.

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