Around her beautiful turn-of-the-century house in Rotbrunna, Lisa Melberg has designed a garden where color and shape play the main role. The basic idea is to create a tight and stemmed feeling - everything is perfect, even the lines of the gravel paths that point towards the different plantings.
The color scale is selected with fingertip touch. In front of the house, white, silvery and pale yellow tones mingle, outside the porch dark burgundy along with pink. In the lower parts of the garden, perennials and roses change to a blue color scheme.
Also do not miss the wooden greenhouse and the kitchen garden inside an old stone ruin.
Hike on to Pia's garden right next door!