Kitchen Garden In Dublin City

Our customer wanted a garden that for relaxing, but they also wanted to be able to grow plants, flowers and vegetables. We created a garden that has a modern feel, but uses very natural materials and works well as a traditional kitchen garden.

The design process inspired several features that worked really well. We extended the roofs of the two small sheds at the rear of the garden so that they met in the middle. This created a sheltered area, perfect for rainy days.

A water feature adds impact and brightens up a dark area of the garden which is bordered by walls, an idea that was proposed by Oliver Shurman of Venus Nurseries.

And for the gardeners, there are two large planting bed which provide plenty of fresh vegetable and salads.

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Our Customers Say

A Room Outside

We wanted to create more of a room outside and that's exactly what Brian did for us. It doesn't feel like a patio on the outside of the house.

Monica Flood from Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin talks to pickapro .. See full interview

Natural Planting and Year Round Colour

Brian's a very down to earth type of person and he was very easy to talk to.

Maria González from Churchtown 14 talks to pickapro .. See full interview

Peace of Mind and Reliability

We thought that Brian was the one for us, and he proved to be absolutely wonderful.

Stan Mason from Co. Kilkenny talks to pickapro .. See full interview

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