Argyroupoli

Garden of a private house in Argyroupoli. The construction of the garden, with an area of 600 m2, began in March 2012 and was completed in about 15 days.

It is a garden with intense alternations of sunshine and shading in various parts. A ready-made variety of turf was placed, in order, on the one hand, to cover these alternations in sunshine and shading, and on the other hand, to ensure its survival due to its intense strain from the various activities due to sports.

In places with intense sunshine, the plant Westringia (Westringia fruticosa) was placed as a fence, while in the back shady part of the garden, and under the already pre-existing Leyland (Cupressocyparis Leilandi), Apollo Laurels (Laurus nobilis) were planted. In areas of the garden where there was almost no direct light, Angelica dwarfs (Pittosporum tobira nana) were placed, while those areas were covered with geotextile and white pebbles.

In order to ensure that the pebble will not come into contact with the lawn, and vice versa, a special rubber soil separator was installed.

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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