Argyroupoli

Garden in private residence in Argyroupoli. The construction of this garden which expands on an area of 600 m2, was launched in March 2012 and completed in about 15 days.

This is a garden with swings of intense sunshine and shade at different spots. Sod of mixed varieties was used in order, on the one hand to cover these variations in sunshine and shade and on the other, to ensure its endurance to intense stress due to various sports activities.

In places with intense sunshine we placed Westringias (Westringia fruticosa) as fence, while in the back shady part of the garden, beneath the already preexisting Leilant (Cupressocyparis Leilandi), we planted Apollo Laurels (Laurus nobilis). In parts of the garden where there was almost no direct lighting, we planted Angelic Nanas (Pittosporum tobira nana), and those points were covered with geotextile and white pebbles.

In order to ensure that the pebbles will not come into contact with the turf, and vice versa, special rubber soil separator was used.

Across the garden a fully automated irrigation system was installed using solenoid valves and central controller. Pop-ups were also used for the irrigation of lawn and self-regulating dripping hoses for watering the trees and shrubs.

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