This garden began as a blackberry patch, a rusted fence and an old orchard - seen here.
Careful terracing preserved the original orchard, while creating a new and spacious lawn to enjoy.
A path to a circular flagstone patio with a bench.
Winding stone steps from one level to another.
This stump from a removed bay laurel makes a natural bird-house perch.
Here you see the spray painted lines for the path leading to the new garden shed.
... and the completed path, wall and shed, tucked into the redwood grove.
Several terraces create a spacious level patio while reducing the imposing feel of the slope.
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