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Sparhawk Avenue, Norwich

The south-facing back garden of this bungalow has become a flower-filled, wildlife haven. The circular lawn is surrounded by shrubs and perennials that provide year-round interest and nectar for insects. Brick lawn edging helps to define the borders and reduce maintenance. The wildlife pond is a focal point in the far right corner of the garden, and was created using reclaimed stone. Berry trees, such as Hawthorn, Rowan and Crab Apple, will help to attract more birds into the garden. The dramatic steel archway is a perfect frame for fragrant climbing roses and frames the view from the conservatory.