- Areas Dos Moinhos - Carvoeiro Portugal
- Landscape Build from scratch
- Size of plot:
- 1.300 m2
- Natural rocks, river stones, Geotextile, irrigation tubes, pop up sprinklers, drip system, electric valves, irrigation computer, and self-recycled bark mulch
Here we present one of the very first Mediterranean gardens of Vital Gardens—our first garden project for international clients from England. As diverse as nature and landscape – so has been the very own needs to meet for this client. To resume, the original state of the garden is remarkable.
Even more, its inspiring result. To start with, the best playground for the grandchildren remains the lawn area. Here we install a classic lawn (highly sought after from the country of origin) with natural rock walls to level off areas.
These Mediterranean gardens require water and maintenance, right by the two lawn areas with Mediterranean plants. Both build-on a deep slope area. Further, this deep slope area let us creatively transform it into three terraces—each for individual functional levels.
The benefit of the excess of brushwood and grove is that it serves well for self-recycling. Namely, with a wood shredder, as ground cover around the plants and planting area.
The garden is the first part of your home that you see. In this case, what we see is the initial overgrown and rooted: let’s call it a jungle. The benefit of the excess of brushwood and grove is that it serves well for self-recycling. Namely, with a wood shredder, as ground cover around the plants and planting area.
With the container, we transport the unusable leftovers away.
Welcoming and appealing for the Portuguese landscape, here are Mediterranean plants with that exotic twist. To sustain the prosperous gardens look, the installation of a fully automatic irrigation system here is crucial.
Including mixes of technical features that we precisely adjust to the extensive water consumption. Such as irrigation tubes, pop-up sprinklers, and drip systems. Further electric valves, and irrigation computers.
Overall, this Mediterranean garden today is sumptuous as ever before.