This Case Study shows the process of transforming a small very overgrown garden in Lyme Regis, Dorset, from the plan stage, through the construction work and finally 2 years after planting. The small tree (an Acer griseum) and the standard Wisteria from the original planting 30 years ago were both retained as they are still shapely and perfectly placed, while the new radiating beds allow for fruit and veg and ornamental planting. Designed 2006. Constructed by Hill View Landscapes in 2007. Planted 2007/2008.
In 2020 the timber steps and timber pathways were replaced with paved steps and paths and a small patio added overlooking the sea.