Wednesday, 25 May 2016
The Dry River Bed Cobble Garden Revisited
Readers of my blog may well recognise this evolving garden design project in Greenfield in the High Peaks. Late last year we extended the dry river cobble bed to incorporate the sloped bed leading down to the driveway. This is all settling in nicely now and fortunately for me on the day of my recent visited the sun was out and the colours vibrant. Below are a few pictures of the garden as it progresses.
I sincerely hope you enjoy the pictures and please feel free to comment or ask questions.
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