Creating two levels of hedging by underplanting the raised hedge is a nice twist on the stilted hedge that has become popular with garden designers in recent years. Here we see a formal low-clipped boxwood hedge under the raised hedge of Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'. Both are evergreen, creating great year-round interest.

Underplanting of a stilted Hedge: Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden - traditional - landscape - london - Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design

~ Obviously we're not going to have all that greenery, but I like the pattern in the pavers ~

Harpur Garden Images :: Small urban garden viewed from above overview metal urn pot urban walled garden trellis wall boundary courtyard. Outdoor living patio terrace change in levels different levels retaining wall evergreen planting s

York Gate. Sybil's Garden in late May. Photo by: John Whitaker / repinned on toby designs

York Gate Garden near Leeds. Photo by John Whitaker / The Stone Garden. Using level changes to add interest

Topiary #courtyard in London with white beige and sable planters, artificial grass, Ivy #screen, #cedar and Box hedging. Other planting include Phormium and Wheel tree.

Idea for first floor terrace screen. Topiary in London with white beige and sable planters, artificial grass, Ivy and Box hedging. Other planting include Phormium and Wheel tree.

beds of lavender contained within clipped box hedges and tall spires of Italian Cypress

Provençal gardens of the well known and extremely talented landscape designer, Dominique Lafourcade via * Chic Provence *

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