Fencing and Flowers – Front Garden Design Bromley

The fencing and flowers in this Bromley front garden were seriously damaged when a car accidentally drove into the garden.

Not the most common of garden design requests!

The existing fencing was beyond repair and many of the plants were likewise seriously damaged.

Nevertheless we were able to re-design the front garden so our client could have garden fencing and flowers which would give them: –

  • an easier to maintain garden
  • a new garden fence
  • planting and flowers to give a changing look over the seasons

Firstly we had to clear away the detritus of rubbish and broken fencing and decide which of the damaged plants (if any) were worth trying to keep. This latter required our in-house Garden Consultant to make an initial assessment and a plan of action as part of the overall project.

We replaced the fencing with a new and attractive feather edge fence topped with small squared trellis. This provides an attractive boundary and the addition of the trellis offers support for climbing plants such as the existing rose.

After expert horticultural assessment, a couple of the less damaged shrubs were considered worthwhile keeping. They were treated to encourage health and reduce the risk of infection during their healing. They will continue to be monitored over six months to ensure recovery.

We added soil improvement generally across the flower border, and the new large shrubs had mycorrhizal fungi added to their planting pits to encourage root development.

Among other planting, we put in: –

  • Photinia ‘red robin’ for height and privacy
  • Camellia for early spring colour and to provide a glossy evergreen backdrop to the ground cover planting

So, after a planting design, horticultural know-how, garden fence construction and planting new trees, shrubs and flowers is this result – a transformed front garden in Bromley with fencing and flowers and a happy client.

Should you also suffer from accidental damage from cars in your front garden or storm fallen trees in your rear garden (click for this project) – do get in touch so we can help you re-find your beautiful garden!