Gartenplanung, Gartengestaltung, Gartenpflege Burgenland

terraced gardens

The promenade for pots

The promenade for pots

customer: family T., summer 2014

This project was part of a renovation of a holiday home. Mr. and Mrs. T. who retired lately decided to use this house as their new domicile. It was their plan to redesign the outside facilities.

The garden should suit the style of the house. But it should also meet future requirements. What they asked for were clear lines and edges, high-quality materials as well as a diversified planting such as shrubs in other words something low-maintenance. Continue reading

the polygon garden

the polygon garden

customer: family St., spring 2013

The wishes family St. had were obvious. Finally they wanted to have a garden with a nice entrance, with flowering bushes and of course it also had to be easy to be cleaned. The house itself is lined up in three axes. Therefore it was quite clear that this fact had to be represented in the garden as well. Sandstone columns had been used  and so we chose sandstone again.As a next step we had to overcome the difference in height between the house and the street. It was also necessary to design the planted sections in an easy to clean way. Continue reading

The exotic example

The exotic example

customer: family L., spring 2011

This client is an absolute specialist for exotic plants. During the course of the project we inspired each other.We created new ideas and possiblities. The order was a mediteranean design and to make way for all the existing exotic plants on the property.¬† But also to make way for new plants that were still missing in the client’s collection. Furthermore they ordered a spacious pool with a garden lounge and a ramp for the already existing terrace. So that all the pots and containers could be transported easily. Continue reading