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Viaduct Gardens @ The Junction

We took the drone for a spin around Leeds and captured some great images of the spring landscape on Viaduct Gardens last week. With it’s second growing season under way, the green oasis at Viaduct Gardens is starting to come into its own. Early spring colour giving way to emerging perennials, step into this sanctuary and immerse yourself in nature!

A variety of spaces have been created, not just the striking public garden on the viaduct, but an intimate canal-side space as well as a semi-private courtyard for the exclusive use of residents.

Access to the Viaduct is achieved through a new stair/lif core which creates a dramatic book-end to the historic stone structure.

Whilst the tree canopies are just emerging, fresh green structure is provided by the Euphorbia, with some early spring colour from the blues of the Brunnera macrophylla (Siberian bugloss) , whites of the Leucojum aestivum (Summer Snowflake), and the dark purple of the Ajuga reptans (Bugle)

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by Ricardo Ares
April 29, 2024