Quaker Legacy Garden Access Roadway- store for delivered supplies. giving a gift- giving a garden University of Bath August 2014 Quaker Gardens Project Stone wall with dedication sign+ Oak post Hedge line with fruit trees 60 140 MH 260 185 gate Serpentine Border Pyracantha hedging MH Low retaining wall lawn area 450 Stone filled gabions with wood plank seating Circular Thyme & Ajuga Carpet: stone edge a) 'Dry' garden borders- membraned and gravelled. Scented /wildlife friendly species. Area= 10.18msq 720 Planting species for 'dry' beds: Paved AreaSite of Gazebo Gazebo- The QGP Hub 360 Lavendula Hidcote/ Munstead- Lavender Armeria maritima- Sea thrift Thymus serphylum- Creeping Thyme Possible addidtions Pennisetum- for height and movement Briza maxima- The Quaking grass Nepeta- 'Walkers low' -dwarf catmint Slate chip rectangle wih waysign position b) Quaker Legacy Garden 700 Under cover store area giving a gift- giving a garden MH Area a)= 14.85msq Area b) = 10.35msq Brick Path lecture room Kitchen area Serpentine Border Planting: Reflecting early Quakers journeys through the natural landscape, we bring the scale of the natural hederow down to a garden setting, planting species attractive to wildlife. Seasonal colour contrast, with flower, scent and berry. Planting will fed with composts and top mulched with bark chip all generated onsite. Dining room University of Bath Brick Path Water Tap August 2014 Accomodation Quaker Gardens Project Cherry Trees to have some remedial pruning Planting is in robust simple swathes with repeating punctuation groups drawing the eye along the border but retaining a restful feel. Seasonal variety with Evergreen and deciduous plants. Main species include: Buxus, Lonicera, Cornus, Sambucus, Philadelphus, Sedum, Nepeta Cotinus. lawn area Esther Parkin Residence (see University Map for location) Quaker Gardens Project Bath stone filled gabions 45x45+ oak seating stone edging at base- bath stone. Ground cover planting- creeping thymes planted through membrane with 6mm stone mulch. Floor level surface texture- green/blue slate chippings Area edged steel. Location forwith the Waysign? Planting area retained with stone edging. 180 The Gazebo Hub Our home for the week Here you'll be able to: Sign in for each day's work activities. View the website and displays. Fill in the questionaire on your garden or burial ground and log it on the website. Donate to the garden project via cards, shirts, books and postcards. Meet and work alongside other Quaker gardeners and builders. Enjoy a cuppa and shelter from the sun or rain. Access towards Hall and Village 60 Seating Area: Detail MH Brick Path Wall section with dedication sign and gate postmarks the way into the Garden Approx Areas/volumes Dry borders 26m2 2m3 shingle Serpentine border 55m2 therefore 3-5m3 topsoil/compost if possible + 5 m3 bark chip Quaker Gardens Project Drawn by: Deb Arrowsmith 07899 754767 July 2014 Scale 1:100 approx- do not scale from copy.
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