Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden

If you're planning your townhouse garden renovation, this example of a townhouse garden renovation on Manhattan's Upper East Side may be worth your while. When cottage garden designer Fawn Galli took on this townhouse garden renovation project, it was still an overgrown backyard. The owners' family, who love to be close to nature, wanted to spend as much time outdoors as possible during the warmer seasons, and Galli worked with garden designer Lili Herrera to create three different spaces. Photography courtesy of Fawn Galli.

1. Set up flower boxes outside the window.
Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
Flower boxes outside the windows liven up the look of the townhouse.

Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
The edges are planted with summer violets (orchid ears), with white five-star flowers mixed with dahlias and silver Dechondra pouring down like a waterfall in the middle
2、Think about fencing (fencing) for your garden

Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
Yellow poplar is a great plant for a hedge, and it gets more and more landscaped as time goes on!
Although the common red brick walls are common, it is this simple design approach that creates a serene, rustic landscape atmosphere in this townhouse garden, while also ensuring the privacy of villa garden life.

Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
The gravel used to pave the ground is the same material used to pave the Luxembourg Park trails. The gravel is laid at the foot of the middle garden area (outdoor dining area), the "green garden" near the kitchen and the barbecue area.

Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
Above the outdoor dining area are Japanese cherry blossoms. The garden is also paired with blue and purple plants, including woody violets, agave and grape hyacinths. Japanese cherry blossoms will encounter them open.
Garden designer Galli was also bold in her use of color, opting for a teak table by Terrain and a vintage Sculptura side chair by designer Russell Woodard. The chairs are bright blue, made from Holly Hunt Nairobi fabric from the Great Outdoors collection, and have soft patterns.

Townhouse Garden Design Reference Case: Manhattan Townhouse Garden
This is the third part of the townhouse's small garden design, with steel-framed courtyard planters and fast-growing vines climbing on them, as well as outdoor sofas and coffee tables as lounge areas. The granite floor coverings are stylish and simple, while also facilitating later maintenance and cleaning.

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