Rocks,pebblesand mossarefeaturesof atraditionaljapanese Zengarden,butyoucan giveyourspaceatruly international flavour by addingnewzealand flax,echiumsanda weepingbluespruce.
Wh ether it’ s sultry storm sort he great summer bake wreaking havoc on your garden, there is an attractive solution totheseextre meconditions. Withadry creek bed, you get rid of the boggy mess at the bottom of your gentle slope after heavy rain, or sort out the p rob le of over-cooked grass that refuses to rise. This drainage solution leads excess water to where it can be better dispersed. And, extending your creek beyond its‘ banks’ to replace your straw lawn means you can concentrate on plants that thrive in harsh weather. Add a bridge or stepping paver sand your garden is etched in stone! m