Wildlife Friendly Coastal Garden

Front & rear gardens for a new Eco house in Winchelsea Beach which had landscape planning requirements for bat habitat conservation.

Drought tolerant front gravel garden with a coastal theme, lots of pollen rich plants for wildlife, Rosa rugosa with autumn hips and scented Trachelopsermum, rosemary, origano, swaying grasses and many bulbs.

Heavy clay boggy soil in the rear garden by the pond has enabled planting of moisture loiving plants such as Angelica archangelica, eupatorium, persicaria and Succisa pratensis. Gravel mulch is still to be applied around the plants in the rear garden and species rich turf to be laid in the blank areas in the middle of the garden in the spring of 2020. 

This garden was featured in the 'Garden Design Journal' November 2018.


Front & Rear Garden


Winchelsea Beach, East Sussex


December 2019


4 Waterworks Cottages, Brede Hill, Brede, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 6HG.

M: 07950 748097


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