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Remy, My Garden (SW17)

Styles: Suburban, Courtyards and small terraces, Conservation and restoration

Soil types: Clay

Soil drainage: Well-drained

Soil pH: Neutral

Light: Partial Shade

Aspect: North

Exposure: Sheltered

Hardiness: Tender in frost (H3)

We have a double-fronted Victorian house in SW London. The front garden is currently being re-landscaped to include a new mosaic path, limestone setts, a yew hedge to the front behind the front wall and a bed running along the bottom of the house frontage . The old climber has been removed from the front as has the woody old lavender. We would like to plant perennials and evergreens along the base of the house (nice to have all year-round greenery with flowering in season). As novices, care needs to be minimal. Plants that are small and neat and will fill a bed 40cm deep without too much overhang on to the new stone setts. We would also like to replace the old climber with something new that suits the north facing aspect of the garden, will not cover the whole house and will not ruin the 120yr old brick and mortar. Any advice re: planting gratefully received. Thanks

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