Sunday, 13 October 2013

The Villa Nuffka garden is a contemporary interpretation of Italian gardens we have experienced, both classic and country.
My grand plan was somewhat thwarted by the triangular shape of the block we acquired, however this allowed more free creativity and the end result pleases us.

This is what the rear garden looked like in September 2003 when we purchased the house.

and this is the court yard area in February 2004.

After two years of intensive gardening and continuous maintenance, we now enjoy our Italian influence garden which brings back many happy memories and creates more.

Here are a small selection of shots from the garden in October 2013.

The irises have just about finished flowering and the roses will be in full bloom soon.

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