Many gardens have a regular uniformity to their design. You know the format – a patio area on one side, timber fencing to the other three forming a rectangle. In the middle is a grass lawn with some flower and shrub borders in front of the fence panels to break up the look. But gardens don’t need to follow these tried and test patterns. After all, the architecture of the home can often deliver something original. The trouble is that most of us simply like having a bit of central lawn in our garden to enjoy on a summer’s day. Equally, fenced perimeters remain popular because of the privacy they provide.
Younger children should be catered for when it comes to garden play. However, much of the play equipment that is available requires some level of supervision from an adult. For toddlers, go for a sandpit which they can play in without you having to stand over them. Sandpits integrate well into patios and lawns. And you can convert them to fire pits once they are no longer useful as play areas.
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