Ano Glyfada

Garden of a private house in Ano Glyfada. It was built in early September 2008 and the construction time was about seven days.

This is a small garden of about 200 m2 with three levels. A ready-made lawn was planted, of a variety resistant to shading, due to the peculiarity of the sunshine of the back part of the plot.

The photnia x fraseri (Photnia x fraseri) was used as a tall plant fence on the front facade of the plot (1st level), while an angelic microleaf (Pittosporum heterophyllum) was planted around the perimeter of the house. In a flowerbed to the left of the entrance, climbing roses (Rosa sp.), Gauras (Gaura sp.) And two Rhodes figs (Ficus nitida) were planted, in order to cover, relatively quickly, a tall and ungrateful wall of the adjacent house.

On the 2nd level, which consists of two flower beds, Olive (Olea europea) and Lemonia (Citrus limon) were planted, while under the trees were placed small shrubs and perennials, such as Tulbaghia, Lantana camara nana and others. a. In the back part (3rd level) of the plot were planted, around the boundaries of the plot, Daphne Apollo (Laurus nobilis) plant very resistant to shading.

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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