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A garden in a slope surrounded by grasses and hydrangeas

Looking down from the upper house entrance to the lake, the boundaries between garden and landscape seem to disappear. Airy grasses and flowering shrubs dominate the garden design of this villa garden, which is laid out on different levels due to the hillside location.

Label_GdJ2019 Award
Gardens of the year 2019

This garden is one of the 50 most beautiful gardens 2019 in the entire German-speaking area. In addition, this garden received an award and is one of the 6 best properties 2019!

Swimming pool in the center

The client wanted a swimming pool with a large terrace and sunbathing area. Thanks to the large pool terrace, every path leads to the pool, it becomes the focal point of the garden. Especially the wide steps from the basement to the water connect the property with its surroundings in an open and light way. The chrome steel basin of the swimming pool makes the water shimmer uniquely and gives the design a modern elegance.

Maritime flair

The entire garden is accessed by a set of wooden steps. From the steps, pedestals are formed again and again, which connect to the house entrances on different levels. The terrain around the stairs was modeled in a flowing manner and here, too, the choice of plants - grasses and elegant hydrangeas - supports the gentle overall appearance. Wood was used for the entire staircase as well as the sunbathing area and pool terrace, giving the garden both a warm coziness and a maritime flair.

Airy planting with grasses and hydrangeas

Towards the lake, the pool was planted with grasses (Pennisetum alopecuroides and Miscanthus sinensis), which exude a lightness and are wonderfully reflected in the water. The result is a veritable sea of grasses that creates a flowing transition to the surroundings and allows an unobstructed view of the lake. The solitary trees, for which multi-stemmed yew trees were used, are unusual. They stand rather rigidly in the surroundings and thus provide a great contrast to the soft look of the grass planting.

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Garden planting list


  • Taxus baccata (yew, umbrella form)
  • Osmanthus (scented flower, umbrella shape)

Woody plants

  • Taxus baccata (yew hedge)
  • Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' (Hydrangea)
  • Osmanthus x burkwoodii (scented flower)
  • Viburnum plicatum 'Grandiflorum' (Japanese snowball)


  • Miscanthus sinensis (Chinese reed)
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides (feather bristle grass)


  • Wood deck, steps and landings: IPE


  • Planters: Altelier square
  • Lanterns: own creation
  • Shower: Tribu


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