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Garden scenes: ideas for your terraces and balconies

Garden scenes: ideas for your terraces and balconies

From May 29 to 31, 2015, the first edition of the "Garden Scenes" fair was held, dedicated to the pleasures of the garden and the layout of outdoor spaces. Organized in the sumptuous setting of the Lacroix-Laval domain, in the Lyon region, the event was sponsored by Claude Bureaux, master gardener and columnist, and had as guest of honor the English landscape designer Paul Hervey-Brookes, who won several awards. We invite you to discover the garden that the latter had specially designed for the occasion, as well as the 15 other landscape creations presented during the show. In the spotlight: the combination of plant and mineral, the color pink and water, omnipresent. During this heat wave period, discover a thousand and one refreshing ideas for your terraces and balconies!

Gross volumes and orderly meadow


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Guest of honor at the fair, the British landscaper Paul Hervey-Brookes had created for the event a very original 100 square meter garden, comprising two terraces, a pond and abundant flower beds made up of more than 3000 plants.

Gross volumes and orderly meadow


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Hidden behind the vegetation, this large 6-meter long pond with calm waters contributes to making the garden of Paul Hervey-Brookes a space conducive to relaxation and contemplation.

Gross volumes and orderly meadow


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Colorful touches of yellow and pink bring joy to the mini landscaped garden of the British landscaper: on the cushions, chairs, the wrought iron table, the line under the wall…

Gross volumes and orderly meadow


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH… without forgetting plants, like these digitalis!

Gross volumes and orderly meadow


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Shale stakes are used to structure the garden. Straight lines that are found in the choice of large anthracite slabs on the ground or the rectangular shape of the basin. A very successful landscaping, carried out with the help of Yann Eshkol and the Rural Family House of Sainte Consorce. Paul Hervey-Brookes' site: paulherveybrookes.com

Zen-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Special price of the jury, the Zen-inspired garden of Marc Miachon consists of a pond, a walkway and beautiful plants: Japanese maple, shrub cut into a ball, bonsai…

Zen-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH A red pergola brings height to the whole. To illuminate the garden, luminous balls were installed.

Zen-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The gravel columns also give height to this Zen-inspired garden.

Zen-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Symbols of serenity, the Buddhas have not been forgotten.

Zen-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Small plants elegantly aligned: the detail that makes all the difference! Marc Miachon's website: www.paysagiste-miachon.com

Cocoon garden out of sight


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Hidden behind wooden cloisters, Serge Renard's garden was designed like a green cocoon. A landscape creation framed thanks to trees, shrubs, a pink XXL pot, imposing blocks of rock… Serge Renard's website: cotejardin69.com

3 spaces in 1, as close as possible to the water


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Prize for partners, Cédric Fayot's garden is made up of 3 separate parts. The first is a convivial space, intended for meals with family or friends. The second space, raised and delimited by a water corridor, is defined as a real living room protected from view thanks to the wooden trellises, pink Plexiglas® and climbing plants.

3 spaces in 1, as close as possible to the water


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The lounge area is framed by a contemporary style fountain, a real source of freshness in the garden. For his landscape creation, Cédric Fayot opted for New Zealand flax, sacred bamboo (* nandina domestica *), asters with lasting flowering and present in insertions in the paving…

3 spaces in 1, as close as possible to the water


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH At the foot of the plants, the landscaper has mineral slate mulching, very graphic.

3 spaces in 1, as close as possible to the water


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The third space, with its black garden armchair surrounded by greenery, can be used as a corner dedicated to reading (or meditation!), As close as possible to the water. Cédric Fayot's advice for an easy-to-maintain garden? Use native plants, adapted to the terrain!

3 spaces in 1, as close as possible to the water


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH A colorful and delicate touch in the basin… Cédric Fayot's site: paysage-et-jardins-deau-69.com

4 scenes of life around a pond


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH For his ephemeral garden, Jean-Baptiste Patay imagined 4 life scenes on the theme of the wind rose. A north-west garden, a north-east garden, a south garden, a south-east garden, with climates, plants and various materials. To create his northwest garden, the landscaper opted for conifers, a hydrangea, a beech.

4 scenes of life around a pond


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH In the northeast garden, Japanese maple trees and a pretty carved wooden bench have been arranged.

4 scenes of life around a pond


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The central pond is covered with a mineral facing. The fountain is lit with low-consumption ribbons immersed in water.

4 scenes of life around a pond


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Variegated dogwood, false jasmine, lupins, Fermob swing and wooden siding characterize the southern garden, in a more Mediterranean style.

4 scenes of life around a pond


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Finally, the south-eastern space with its paving, its large pots intended to give volume, is inspired by the gardens of the South-East of France and Tuscany. Jean-Baptiste Patay's site: paysagiste-beaujeu-patay.fr

Airy and flowery space


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Paul Lamberti's garden gives pride of place to flowering plants, free hedges. The space is airy, inviting to relax.

Airy and flowery space


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH A nice way to reuse your bottles: transform them into soliflores and hang them!

Airy and flowery space


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Do you dream of tasting your own vegetables? Grow them with this trendy vegetable garden! Paul Lamberti's website: trendpaysage69.fr

Family garden with old world charm


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The temporary garden of André Valette will be perfect for a family, with its raised terrace, its pine carved in topiary and its harmonious colors.

Family garden with old world charm


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The large honey colored limestone slabs are in harmony with the light wood of the pergola and seats.

Family garden with old world charm


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The touches of zinc here and there bring authenticity to this ephemeral garden. The small wooden table and its matching chairs can also be installed on a balcony.

Family garden with old world charm


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH For your meals in the garden, choose beautiful dishes and opt for XXL candles for lighting. Your summer evenings will be unforgettable!

Family garden with old world charm


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The watering can and the zinc pot, climbing roses, lavender give this ephemeral garden a charm of yesteryear. André Valette's website: csjpaysagiste.com

Mediterranean-inspired garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The gray garden furniture is surrounded by Mediterranean plants: oleander in its XXL pot, lavender, rosemary ... Behind the bamboo curtain, moments of relaxation and peace are assured in the landscaping of Elie Rozier. Contact Elie Rozier: [email protected]

Simplicity of materials in the spotlight


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Press award, Jérôme Bernard's landscaping highlights simple materials: bricks, rustic rubble stone, wrought iron… The decorative idea to keep in mind? The aisle composed of (very) large clear slabs.

Simplicity of materials in the spotlight


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH We love the blue color of the bench, the table and the garden chairs, as well as the small partition walls full of charm.

Simplicity of materials in the spotlight


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Birch, maple, aquatic plants, roses ... plants are not forgotten! Jérôme Bernard's site: paysagiste-ain.fr

Urban garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Around the paved terrace and its pink furniture, various small vegetable gardens have been placed in Frédéric Lentillon's garden, perfectly responding to the "locavore" trend that is developing among city dwellers: we eat local and seasonal!

Urban garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Among the plants chosen for this landscaping, there are small palm trees, jasmine…

Urban garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH… but also bougainvilleas with beautiful pink flowers in pots. Frédéric Lentillon's site: paysagiste-rhone-alpes.fr

Jurassic beach


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The public's favorite prize was awarded to Patrick Piguet's landscaping. The strong point of this decor which reproduces with great humor and some liberties, a nesting site hidden in the vegetation during the Jurassic? The source of life-giving water that gushes forcefully through the stones (the dinosaur eggs!). As for the plants, they were not chosen at random: agave, cycads ... Patrick Piguet's site: patrick-piguet.com

Overflow basin


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Here is a landscaping that gives pride of place to the water thanks to a contemporary style overflow basin. Central point of the decor, the latter is framed by an elevated terrace and 3 concrete walls lined with jasmine serving as a screening.

Overflow basin


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The terrace is accessed by hanging concrete slabs. The landscaper used hydrangeas, ivy, agapanthus and a Florence cypress to structure the whole. The ephemeral garden of Sébastien Belaid (Boucher Paysagiste company) received the price of the metropolis and that of the economic interest group "Reconstructed stones of France". Sébastien Belaid's website: boucher-paysagiste.com

Mirror pool


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The landscaper Olivier Berthet has chosen to stage a mirror pool in his ephemeral garden.

Mirror pool


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Large gray slabs on the ground, gabions elegantly supporting the swimming pool, white pots around the sunbathing area: these are the highlights of the decor. A refreshing mist even welcomes visitors when it is hot! Olivier Berthet's website: lyon-paysagiste.fr

Country garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH On the terrace, landscaper Laurent Rizzo opted for a wrought iron garden furniture from the Fermob brand, protected by a chestnut pergola.

Country garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH The decorative idea to remember: the insertion of plants in the paving.

Country garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH On the terrace, the vegetation is pruned, structured by the presence of boxwood in pots.

Country garden


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH We like the two pillars which allow to create an opening on the garden. Laurent Rizzo's site: rizzopaysagiste.com

Traditional fountains


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Guillaume Guillermin's landscaping highlights traditional fountains.

Traditional fountains


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Bamboos, cypresses, boxwood, phormium ... are the plants chosen by the landscaper.

Traditional fountains


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Japanese steps were arranged around the fountain.

Traditional fountains


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH A beautiful fountain, for moments of freshness in the garden! Guillaume Guillermin's website: guillaumeguillermin.com

Travel to the Philippines


Khankeo PHOTHIRATH Landscaper Philippe Meunier invites you to escape thanks to this structure inspired by the nipa houses found in the Philippines. This set will ideally fit into a contemporary garden. Philippe Meunier's website: mpaysages.com