Estate in Ilia. The construction of the estate, with an area of 15,000 m2, began in mid-September 2006 and was completed in mid-November of the same year. The project lasted about two months.

It is a large green area, with a lot of sunshine throughout the day. This fact led us to sow the lawn using a variety with very good characteristics of density, texture and color for all year round.

Around the plot were planted Leyland (Cupressocyparis leylandii) for protection from strong cold winds during the winter, while inside the area, hills and sloping surfaces were created with large clusters containing small and large shrubs, aromatic plants and poly. The impressive entrance of the house (right and left of the entrance of the house) was created with the linear planting of Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens), Westringia fruticosa, Eleagnus ebbingeii and Myrtus (Myrtus communis).

Pomegranates (Punica granatum), Aries (Quersus ilex), Olives (Olea europea), Robinia (Robinia pseudacacia) and Ornamental Plums (Prunus pissardii) were planted in specific parts of the garden. Also in the background of the estate was created a crop with fruit and citrus trees. In order to architecturally highlight the space and the house in general, materials such as river pebbles, benches and paths made of specially processed wood were used, which were placed in key parts of the garden creating a beautiful and quality architectural landscape.

A fully automated irrigation system was installed throughout the garden using solenoid valves and a central stop control programmer. Pop up for lawn irrigation and a self-adjusting drip pipe for watering trees and shrubs were used.



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