Aimee’s Chrysalis garden aims to celebrate butterflies and new beginnings in a contemporary style. Stepping from the house a gravel pathway curves under an arch to a social area at the top of the garden. Trees provide screening from the road but will they be enough? The path continues around a raised brickwork planter & onto a raised lawn area for grandkids to run and play. At the rear of the garden a secluded reflection area is enclosed with wooden fencing and a pergola. On the opposite side of the house bins are screened off from view.
Aimee is introducing lots of orange and purple colours in a planting scheme which holds structure through the year. A dedicated butterfly perennial bed has a butterfly house while native planting and hanging feeders will bring no shortage of wildlife to this front garden.
Aimee’s paint choices:
Pergola – 55YR24/666
Arches – 30BG16/133
Fencing – Silver Birch Cuprinol Garden Shades