Close-up of bees foraging for lavender

Enjoy your Mediterranean garden


Watercolour of a Mediterranean garden

Watercolours (gardens and plants): Noelle Leguillouzic

Mediterranean Garden by Draw Me A Garden

The Mediterranean garden is a dry garden with varied pleasures. Made of plants that are resistant to harsh conditions, it requires easy maintenance. Graphic and fragrant, it reflects the sun, offers a refined structure through its rounded shapes and refined lines. If you want to have the feeling of being on holiday all year round, we offer you a fragrant garden, in green and grey tones, adapted to the needs of our time.

Do you dream of quickly and simply transforming your exterior into a beautiful, flowery and welcoming space? Our simulation tool is here to help you! The operation is very simple. Draw the outline of your garden thanks to our map which is based on the cadastre plots. Then choose your point of view, and according to the garden style you have selected, a magnificent landscaped garden will be generated. By clicking on the 3D button, you can get a preview and move around in your future garden!

I create my Mediterranean garden
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Some plants from this garden :

Persicaria affine superba watercolour

Persicaria affine superba

Foliage that blushes in autumn. Raspberry pink ears.

Perovskia "Little Blue Spire" watercolour

Perovskia "Little Blue Spire"

Sage variety from Afghanistan. Flowering in lavender blue panicle.

Choisya "aztec pearl" watercolour

Choisya "aztec pearl"

Mexican orange tree with light green leaves. White and fragrant bloom in spring.

Festuca glauca "elijah blue" watercolour

Festuca glauca "elijah blue"

Dense and compact. Very thin leaves of an intense steel blue.

Lavandula angustifolia 'hidcote' watercolour

Lavandula angustifolia 'hidcote'

Persistent persistent grey-green aromatic foliage. Summer flowering in purple ears.

The Mediterranean basin, one of the most important regions in the history of the world, is the starting point of several great civilizations. The shock of three continents has produced a mosaic of landscapes that places mountains and deserts side by side, with many islands. Weather conditions in the Mediterranean are often extreme and marked by greater variability than in other areas and sometimes during the same day. The Mediterranean garden, composed of vegetation resistant to difficult climatic conditions, will help man to protect himself from this changing and characteristic nature. The evergreen hedges and groves will serve as windbreaks. Large deciduous trees or vines or wisterias will offer their shade at home in summer while letting the sun in winter. Climbing plants and vines will insulate the thick walls of the buildings. By sharing these fruits and aromatic herbs, it is also a nourishing garden, as an extension of the agricultural and market gardening lands that divide the landscape. The Mediterranean garden is therefore not simply a pleasure garden, everything in its composition contributes to an economic and clever management of natural forces for maximum protection, profit and pleasure. It is this characteristic that distinguishes it mainly from French or English style gardens, which are essentially floral and decorative.