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Modern Courtyard with vertical garden

by David Tony

Good design is synonymous with simplicity and harmony between the elements of an environment, which in turn invites us to stay and enjoy. It is the case of this modern courtyard, designed by the Weller Landscapes, where each part is unique and complements the other.

Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 02 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
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Gray, and shades, is the only color used in the structural parts of the courtyard walls, floors and edges of stonemason, giving a modern character instantly and creating an interesting contrast that helps highlight the green vegetation and flowers. In turn, the dark colors on walls benefit plants because it does not reflect light and protect the days of excessive heat.

Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
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Occupying most of the perimeter of the yard one was built stonemason straight lines with different profundities. The beds are ideal for small yards because they allow to have a large number of plants and, being high, look better and maintenance is easier. An additional benefit is that if the borders are wide, as in this case, also serve as seating and allows us to free up space that otherwise would occupy so furnished for this purpose.

Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 05 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
In the deepest part of the bed features a birch young but of significant size. It is a temperate deciduous tree with attractive foliage and bark here has a key to allow the yard to enjoy throughout the year role. On warm summer months and shadow it creates spaces while during the winter when it loses its leaves, let a larger amount of light. Other species used are liriope, evergreen plant that serves as a ground cover and does not require lots of sun, located at the narrowest part of the stonemason and near the edge. In the back of the stonemason and near the wall were placed Jazmine Star, thanks to the guardians of the wall completely covered when they develop.
Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 06 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
And finally the Vertical garden of herbs, the true protagonist of the courtyard. A very original design and super simple idea as it is a metallic structure containing the different terracotta pots with their respective plants, perfectly aligned so that the visual effect is greatest and help to maintain the aesthetics of the modern courtyard. In a few meters and an area of very difficult step to take advantage of [next to the door that connects the courtyard with the living room of the house] were able to accommodate 44 pots that provide spices throughout the year.
Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 07 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Among the herbs used include basil, peppers / chili peppers of different colors, parsley, rosemary, dill and sage. As a bonus, this system allows for easy maintenance gardens and collection as being in height prevents us from having to stoop to perform any task. In addition, the pots vertically aligned help when irrigation: starting with the above, any excess water will lower pots for allowing us to use smaller amounts of water and better control the puddles that would occur by the excesses of this last.
Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 08 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Photo 09 : Modern Courtyard with vertical garden
Upstairs courtyard view from inside the house. Both modern style, the play of colors helps differentiate both spaces while a large glass window that goes floor to ceiling unifies.
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