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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Black Garden, Water Features In The Garden, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Water Garden, Pathways, Gardening Tips

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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features, Planting, Stepping Stones

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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

Beautiful side yard lushly planted with 6 planted containers. Jet-black Garden Designed by Mary Maurel Landscape Design, Garden Design, Concrete Pathway, Oak Avenue, Brick Detail, Black Garden, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden

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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Pavers, Front Door Entrance, Garden Types, House Landscape, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Big Houses, Pathways

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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Garden Types, Garden Paths, Oak Avenue, Contemporary Garden, Entrance Gates, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Garden Types, Garden Paths, Oak Avenue, Contemporary Garden, Entrance Gates, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Pathways, Water Features, Stepping Stones, South Africa, Entrance

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The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features, Planting, Entrance

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features, Planting, Entrance

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Cape Town, Pathways, Water Features, Planting, Entrance

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: Oak Avenue, Japanese Anemone, Garden Types, Contemporary Garden, Private Garden, Pathways, Water Features, Garden Plants, Entrance

OAK AVENUE

The brief was to create an entrance garden in an existing expansive driveway. AS one makes one way to the front door, one transitions through 3 distinct spaces: The first, a curvilinear pathway flanked with shade planting. This connects into a central, gravel space which is anchored by water feature. Lastly, as series of linear pavers connect to the front door. Photos: Heidi Bertish Designer: Mary Maurel Style: Contemporary Garden Type: Private Garden Area: Cape Town