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"Transforming Your Outdoor Space: Garden Design Concept Plans for Your Wakefield Property"

Concept plan-1:

This concept plan is tailored for a small, low-maintenance rear garden in Wakefield by MP Landscape & Garden Design Ltd. My goal is to create an inviting outdoor space that seamlessly blends aesthetics with practicality. Here are the key features:

  1. Indian Sandstone Paving with Cobble Set Border:

  • The main patios feature Indian sandstone paving, providing a warm and natural feel.

  • A cobble set border elegantly frames the patios, adding visual interest.

  1. Timber Canopy and Fire Pit:

  • The first small patio boasts a cozy timber canopy, perfect for relaxing with a book or enjoying morning coffee.

  • From there, step down to the larger patio, where a fire pit awaits chilly evenings.

  1. Existing Shed:

  • An existing shed in the bottom right corner serves as storage or a potential workshop space.

  1. Brick Raised Beds for Planting:

  • Brick raised beds provide planting space for vibrant flowers, herbs, or even small shrubs.

  • These beds are strategically placed to enhance the garden’s visual appeal.

  1. Single Rail Pergola with Trellis Panels:

  • A single rail pergola graces one side of the garden, offering partial shade and a vertical element.

  • Trellis panels on the pergola create a sense of privacy while allowing sunlight to filter through.

  1. Symmetrical Trellis Panels:

  • Trellis panels also adorn the right and left boundaries of the garden.

  • These panels serve as a backdrop for climbing plants and add depth to the space.

  1. Slate Chipping Mulch:

  • Over the planting areas, I recommend using slate chipping mulch.

  • It not only suppresses weeds but also provides a neat and cohesive look.


Concept plan-2:

This concept plan caters to a small, low-maintenance rear garden in Wakefield. My aim is to create an intimate outdoor haven that seamlessly blends aesthetics with practicality. Here are the key features:

  1. Indian Sandstone Circles and Paving:

  • The garden revolves around Indian sandstone circles, adding visual interest and a sense of flow.

  • The main patios feature this elegant paving, creating distinct zones within the space.

  1. Cobble Set Border for Patios:

  • A cobble set border elegantly frames the circular patios, emphasizing their shape.

  • This border adds texture and delineates the outdoor seating areas.

  1. Timber Canopy and Fire Pit:

  • The first small patio circle boasts a cozy timber canopy, perfect for intimate gatherings or solitary moments.

  • From there, you step down to the larger patio circle, where a fire pit awaits chilly evenings.

  • The fire pit is partially enclosed by a low brick wall, providing seating and a cozy ambiance.

  1. Existing Shed:

  • An existing shed in the bottom right corner serves as storage or a potential workshop space.

  1. Trellis Panels for Privacy:

  • Trellis panels grace both the right and left boundaries of the garden.

  • These panels offer privacy while allowing sunlight to filter through.

  1. Slate Chipping Mulch:

  • Over the planting areas, we recommend using slate chipping mulch.

  • It not only suppresses weeds but also provides a neat and cohesive look.

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