Creating two levels of hedging by underplanting the raised hedge is a nice twist on the stilted hedge that has become popular with garden designers in recent years. Here we see a formal low-clipped boxwood hedge under the raised hedge of Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'. Both are evergreen, creating great year-round interest.

Underplanting of a stilted Hedge: Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden - traditional - landscape - london - Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design

~ Obviously we're not going to have all that greenery, but I like the pattern in the pavers ~

Harpur Garden Images :: Small urban garden viewed from above overview metal urn pot urban walled garden trellis wall boundary courtyard. Outdoor living patio terrace change in levels different levels retaining wall evergreen planting s

Topiary #courtyard in London with white beige and sable planters, artificial grass, Ivy #screen, #cedar and Box hedging. Other planting include Phormium and Wheel tree.

Idea for first floor terrace screen. Topiary in London with white beige and sable planters, artificial grass, Ivy and Box hedging. Other planting include Phormium and Wheel tree.

A group of silver birches turn a corner of the garden into a leafy retreat

Branch out with a tree for all seasons

silver birches to make striking white silhouettes. Add a scattering of lilac crocus and some Hellebores. Alternatively invest in one multi-stemmed silver birch. Suitably compact for small gardens.

700 green greenhouse 2

A little greenhouse adds a gorgeous and practical element to this small outdoor space. The balcony still has space for sitting and relaxing in addition to space for this greenhouse!

Seems to me Jasmine in background possibly Salvia the tall purple plant Catmint in the foreground and English Box shaped into balls. There seems to be a yellow plant interspersed with the Salvia

Herringbone brick path with purple flowers and small shrubs from Traditional Garden in Sussex, England

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