Using bricks, I drew the line of flower beds on the lawn around the Benthamidia japonica.
|In summer 2011|
After we confirmed the design on the spot, I began to make the beds with antiqued bricks.
To celebrate the completion of the central bed, a little great accordionist came and play musics with her father.
|Someone said that this looks like a fish with dorsal and ventral fins.|
Another flower bed was made for peonies. It was supposed to link the formal patio in front of the brick wall and the informal leaf-shaped flower bed, therefore, it had straight lines and a curved line. The bricks were used vertically to make it different from the central bed.
In the central bed, we planted shrubs, perennials and annuals.
And peonies including herbaceous and tree peony were planted in the peony bed.
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