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- Suggestion 1: Lush flowering for romantics
- Suggestion 2: Enchantingly beautiful leaf decoration
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Before: The terrace is freely visible from all sides. The pavement is not very attractive and lacks distinctive points of view that give structure to the area.
Suggestion 1: Lush flowering for romantics
Richly flowered flowerbeds make for a smooth transition from the terrace to the lawn. In this way, the seating area is visually delimited from the rest of the garden, but still remains open to insights and insights.
Climbing roses and flowering shrubs ensure a large flowering abundance
The once-blooming climbing rose 'Bonny' has conquered the rose arch with numerous pink flowers, through which one enters the terrace from the garden. Against the dreaded star soot this strain is insensitive. The gap between the rose arch and the house is closed by a narrow-leaved summer lilac (Buddleja alternifolia). Its wonderfully fragrant, light purple flowers attract numerous butterflies from June to July. A pruning is not necessary in the extremely frost-hardy species.
Lilac flowers are complemented by Chinese lilac, a pipe shrub, a snowball and the one-year-old bell (Cobaea scandens), which rises up above the rank obelisks in the bed. At their feet provide meadow rue, cranesbill, bellflower and three-masted flower for lasting flower fullness into September. Lavender in pots finds enough space on the self-made cake stand.
Suggestion 2: Enchantingly beautiful leaf decoration
With Blattschmuckstauden and beautiful woody plants you can relax on the terrace with a clear conscience, since there are hardly any maintenance work. The trellis, which shields the terrace from the neighboring property, is covered with wild wine and is flanked on the right by a shield bamboo and on the left by a witch hazel. Her yellow flowers already appear in February. Another witch hazel on the right corner of the house and a red fan maple create a passage to the terrace. Its filigree dark red foliage and an incomparable autumn coloring are worth the effort.
Leaf perennials and woody plants enrich the terrace and are easy to care for
Funkia, ferns and grasses in bright shades of green look good all year round. Decorative book and stone balls distributed in the bed and yellow thimble set accents. With coconut fragrance the golden clematis (Clematis tangutica) fills the air. It adorns both the house wall on the terrace and the trellis in the bed, which serves as a windbreak. The miniature pond planted with dwarf cattail, the wooden deck and an elegant awning bring holiday flair to the terrace.