Pavement art

Oh i do like to be beside the seaside....

Oh i do like to be beside the seaside….

Creating a low maintenance solution for a dry front pavement border…….

Sunny side of the street

Sunny side of the street

Before planting

Before planting

The existing south-facing pavement area was difficult to mow and keep weed-free, as well as being very shallow. So we lifted the turf, planted through membrane, and topped with Dorset flint gravel and caledonian boulders.

Thyme and thyme again..

Thyme and thyme again..

The planting scheme was kept simple with only 4 plant varieties – flowering thymes, sea thrift (Armeria maritima), sedums and houseleeks (sempervivum) from Rainbow Plants. Nice.

 

 

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