Suburban garden makeover: from lawn to lush

The mature garden – after only one year

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On this page you’ll see the garden at its zenith in its first year and then a few more pictures from the following year.

As I look back on it now, there are of course lots of things I’d have done differently.

But that is the essence of gardening – it is all about experimentation and change, growth and progression.

As it turned out, we left this garden after only two summers. But I’m told it is still going strong.

No doubt with with lots of growth and many changes.

Click on the first image below and then click on the arrows to scroll through the series.

For part five of this suburban garden makeover – the vegetable garden – click here.

For part one – the blank canvas – click here.
For part two – the transformation in progress – click here.
For part three – the maturing garden – click here.

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