View our recent landscaping project at Herman Brown’s Garden in Franschhoek. Superlandscapes where commissioned to design the garden belonging to Herman Brown down in Franschhoek. The spec from the client was a garden with colour and with a Mediterranean feel. They also wanted a front garden with a large lawn area and paving that allowed access to the house and garden plus a view of the mountains. They requested a pathway at the back of the house which connected the outside pool area to the kitchen area that also lead to a water feature in a court yard. The garden had to have colour throughout the year and plants that did not need much attention. The back garden was designed with local indigenous plants and with gravel stone along the meandering pathway. They requested 6 pots around the pool area with flowering shrubs. The main entrance leading to the parking and entrance was planted with pencil cypress and lavenders to keep in the French Mediterranean feel. Within the parking area is a large square raised water feature surrounded by clipped boxwood hedge and white iceberg roses. A number of Olive trees and Carobs trees were planted to soften the walls and building. At the entrance to the main front garden as you come through the wrought iron gates are 2 large Anduze pots which welcome guests to a large paved area with lawns and a landscape garden with views over the paddocks, vines and the mountains.