A slightly different approach to the Cycladic landscape.

Part of a one-acre garden under development. Working on the front part of this aesthetically pleasing property, which has a boundless view of the sea we gave more emphasis to the space between the cultivated areas. Covering the ground with earth-coloured pebbles helped the final result with the restriction of weeds and with soil water retention. We planted grasses, aromatic herbs, cacti and succulents. Provision was made for the pruning waste to be transformed to compost for use in specific areas of the plot and for the ground around the tree roots to be covered with natural materials, creating shade for the root systems and reducing the amount of watering. A garden with intelligent dry farming water management with some desert essence!