Garden Under the Swedish Whitebeams
This garden was created along with the renovation of the house.
To create a better visual link to the house it was decided to use a geometric, rectangular garden pattern, replan the terraces, the entrance steps and make the garden more suitable for the family needs.
This structure allowed to plan more intimate, yet elegant spaces surrounded by the lined up Sweadish whitebeams (Sorbus x intermedia 'Brouwers') screening from the neighbouring sites. One of the whitebeams was already growing at the site, so these trees became the main garden theme. Perennials and shrubs were selected to unify the plinth of the house with the paths and compliment the tree rows.
Photos by Auksė Dobilienė