A green space where you can find refuge and recharge, a place you can always have at hand and customize according to your desires … we are talking about the garden on the terrace to go and suggest step by step how to create a perfect and picturesque green shelter in the city.
Creating a roof garden, from which you can also enjoy a beautiful view, is easier than you can imagine, just pay attention to the organization of the spaces and choose carefully the flowers and plants that will make it a pulsating environment of life.
If you also want your own little corner of paradise, continuing with the reading, you will have the opportunity to discover a practical and simple guide to the design and construction of a garden on the terrace.
The first aspect on which we wish to dwell on the design and construction of a garden terrace is that relating to any authorizations and checks to be required to avoid being faced with unpleasant inconveniences.
If you live in a condominium read carefully the rules and make sure you can proceed without violating any architectural constraints even by simply inserting planters or elements of encumbrance.
Whether you want to proceed with the construction inside a condominium or in an independent house proceed with the necessary structural checks to the terrace and the property by turning to a specialist technician.
Keep in mind that in case you are planning to create a veranda or similar, it will be good to check through the technical office of the municipality of origin regarding any authorizations to be requested.
Types of garden on the terrace
When it comes to creating a garden on the terrace, and therefore a garden in a suggestive hanging version with an adjoining panorama, you can choose between two different types of project, one that is easier to implement and consequently cheaper, and the other that is more demanding and expensive but with an evocative result:
In the first case it will be a matter of furnishing and designing the external space without using structural upheavals. You will have to carefully study the plan and start by identifying the areas of interest, for example the one that will be used as a table, deckchair or, on the contrary, only green. If you want a good dose of privacy, create a sort of green fence exploiting the plants.
In the second case you will decide instead to create a real turf, in short, a garden in full order naturally on the terrace. It will be necessary, as it is easy to guess, to proceed with the insulation of the floor and the drainage of the soil and water, relying therefore on experts in the field.
After a few small suggestions of a decidedly more technical nature, we are ready to discover countless and versatile terrace garden projects that can be a perfect source of inspiration for you. We have selected creative solutions inspired both by modern design and by more traditional features where you can observe in a practical way how to combine furniture and plants to create the perfect perception of an oasis of peace and tranquility on your terrace.
To give an even more lively and particular touch to your green project on the terrace, do not forget to carefully study the positioning of the lights, which should be as natural as possible, and maybe choose to include a small but sophisticated solar fountain that will help to create magical atmospheres.
Vertical garden on the terrace
If you want to create a hanging green space even if you have limited space available you can choose for the current and beautiful vertical gardens. This design solution will allow you to optimize the space by exploiting the heights, the result will be nothing short of amazing as you will have the impression of being inside a flowery forest or a jungle, it will only be your job to define the intensity.
Zen garden on the terrace
If you love the boundless elegance and tranquility that Zen gardens can convey, you will surely look forward to transforming your terrace into a small karesansui. Using sand, gravel, stones and plants typical of the Zen tradition (such as bamboo, bonsai and azaleas) as well as lanterns and statues, you can create a Zen garden on the terrace where you can relax and get in touch with the surrounding world.
Which plants and flowers to choose
The choice of plants and flowers to be used to decorate a garden terrace is inextricably linked to the personal aesthetic taste. What you should certainly take into account is the climate and the resistance of the different species to different temperatures and the time that you can devote to the care of them.
In general you can choose practical and at the same time suggestive succulent plants, small fruit trees or macrobonsai, evergreen plants capable of developing easily in height so as to create a forest effect, as well as flowers of all kinds and with various shades of color.
Design vases and planters
Another choice of great importance is that relating to vases and flowerpots that, in addition to containing plants and flowers, will also be real elements of furniture. In this case we would like to suggest you to take a look at our selection of 40 garden vases and 30 outdoor flowerpots, all with a refined design, perfect if you are looking for original objects if not unique in their kind.