The Content Of The Article:
- A garden idea for the north side
- Surrounded by flowers
- A window for the green room
- 3, 2, 1... mine
- True natural stone friends
- Bright autumn magic
- Stone by stone to your own castle ruins
The beautiful screen protection idea of our user Magret31
In the community of MEIN real garden design talents are there. After a call, our users placed numerous photos of their self-made garden borders and privacy ideas in our photo gallery.
Here we present the most beautiful design ideas that have made it into our print edition.
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A garden idea for the north side
Matching our house, we have chosen the limestone wall segments and given them the same coat of paint as the facade. The small garden on the north side looks bright and airy. Ivy and the rose 'Laguna' are entwined with the wood elements and the dense planting with columbine and forget-me-not gives the bed an enchanted atmosphere. Together with our guests we enjoy every minute in the garden.
Marita Weißenfeld, Rösrath near Cologne
Surrounded by flowers
In order to better integrate the wooden screens into the garden, we have previously set plants with different stature heights. Cushions bloom on the front edge of the bordered beds, followed by roses like 'Magic Meidiland', 'Amulet' and 'Pepita' as well as gypsophila and lavender. Clematis and Rambler-Rose (here: 'Super Dorothy') rise up on the wooden wall and decorate the garden border. Thanks to the flowering screen you feel secure and can go on an expedition through the garden in peace.
Beate and Dieter Kempka, Halver near Wuppertal
A window for the green room
A garden is like a room, and a room needs a window! I went in search of such and was quickly found. With my husband, I fit the window and fixed it with two rods. Our maple hedge was particularly well suited. After just one year, the window had grown into the green and now always provides the right view.
Dagmar Kaiser, Hille near Bielefeld
3, 2, 1... mine
At E-Bay, I conveniently bought the old iron window and after three weekends, when my husband diligently put brick on brick, we could sit down for the first time on the integrated wooden bench. I transplanted our new favorite sitting area at the pond as close as possible to nature with cranesbill, fuchsias, grasses and low shrubs.
Marie-Luise Wilde, Herne
True natural stone friends
To compensate for the difference in height to the neighboring property, my husband carefully made our beloved natural stone wall. Some special stones awaken memories, because each one we have carefully selected and placed. Before that we put plants like forsythia, goose cress and tulips, which let the view on the wall and underline the natural color nuances.
Monika Strietzbaum, Hosena near Cottbus
Bright autumn magic
My favorite thing is to run the camera through nature in the autumn and enjoy the clear air and the leaves coloring. The intense red of the Wild Wine is a great contrast to the (still) green foliage of the trees and conceals the chain link fence, which he entwines. The abilities of Mother Nature fascinate me again and again.
Sylvia Gollnick, Berlin
Stone by stone to your own castle ruins
600 old field bricks had to be processed in our privacy concept. A creative and beautiful work - because when it came to walls, we always came up with new ideas. So we integrated the antique iron window, after we have freed it of rust and painted with black antique paint. An old gargoyle, the irregular structure of the stones and the scraped joints make the charm of yesteryear perfect. I'm looking forward to seeing some climbing plants added in the spring.
Margret Elles, Xanten near Duisburg