This is how the garden looks after two years: Pleached limes, Cercis 'Forest Pansy' filling in anb the perennial understorey developing: http://www.dyg.ie/back-garden-dublin-4

Back Garden in Dublin 4 - Howbert & Mays garden centre

Hornbeam arch / Carpinus, leads from one part of the garden to the next.

Hornbeam arch / Carpinus, leads from one part of the garden to the next.

Hornbeam arch / Carpinus, leads from one part of the garden to the next.

Hornbeam arch / Carpinus, leads from one part of the garden to the next.

A tiny back garden in Dublin 4: we chose some very exotic and unusual plants, and made a sunken area for dining and sitting. Materials include Kilkenny limestone and western red cedar screens and wall-tops.

A tiny back garden in Dublin we chose some very exotic and unusual plants, and made a sunken area for dining and sitting. Materials include Kilkenny limestone and western red cedar screens and wall-tops.

Garden in Blackrock with interconnecting lawns (by Howbert and Mays)

Different levels in the garden

A line of mature standard bay tree divides the garden and is underplanted with Rosa' Bland Double de Coubert' and perennials. http://www.howbertandmays.ie/dalkey-villa-garden

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Planting on the house and terrace: Wisteria, Nepeta, Sedum, Herbs. http://www.howbertandmays.ie/foxrock-wild-garden

Planting on the house and terrace: Wisteria, Nepeta, Sedum, Herbs. http://www.howbertandmays.ie/foxrock-wild-garden

Planting on the house and terrace: Wisteria, Nepeta, Sedum, Herbs. http://www.howbertandmays.ie/foxrock-wild-garden

Planting on the house and terrace: Wisteria, Nepeta, Sedum, Herbs. http://www.howbertandmays.ie/foxrock-wild-garden

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