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Are you on the lookout for tiered garden ideas? From striking steps lined with contemporary planters to sunken pools and soft, shrub-covered slopes, when it comes to these stylish designs, the possibilities are almost endless.

Sure, creating distinct levels is a go-to solution for difficult, awkward-shaped plots, but tiered garden ideas aren't merely functional. They're also a great way to add intrigue and character to a space. A dramatic way to define zones, tiers are a must-have if you're after interesting garden layout ideas that will elevate your plot (literally).

To help you get inspired, we've rounded up some of our favorite tiered garden ideas to level up your plot.

What can I do with a tiered backyard?

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So, what can you do with a tiered backyard? Well, if you're dealing with a hilly plot to start with, then levelling it off into distinct zones gives a much more defined structure. With this, there is more space for stable, flat ground – ideal for supporting the likes of garden furniture ideas, flowerbed ideas, or even outdoor kitchen ideas.

Tiered garden ideas can also be used to create areas that are more private – great for tucked-away seating areas, for example. They can also be used for all kinds of stylistic reasons. For instance, borders and beds arranged across levels really helps to show them off, especially if you add good garden lighting.

So, in short, there are all kinds of opportunities that tiered garden ideas can provide. But don't just take our word for it, take a look at some of the gorgeous designs below.

1. Border your levels in wood for a rustic edge

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Multi-levelled flowerbeds are a gorgeous way to draw the eye and create maximum impact in a space. Bordered with a gently curved, wooden-cladded edge, the textural planting is given a sense of structure. However, it feels laid-back, rustic, and organic – great if you're after a more natural vibe for your plot. If you're after something more contemporary, go for stone instead with its sleeker finish, or head over to our garden edging ideas for more inspiration.

Use the levels to create interest on a steep slope around a lawn, and why not position an arbour seat halfway up? It will make a lovely destination spot to perch with a cuppa and take in the view.

2. Go for sleek paving

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Love a contemporary style? Incorporate your favorite paving ideas into your levels for a cohesive finish that feels polished and fuss-free.

We love this pale hue which helps to expand on the feeling of space. Plus, it contrasts beautifully alongside all the planting – allowing the vibrant green hues to really pop.

What's more, the tiers in this scene provide a distinct divide between different garden zones. Whether it's a small patch of lawn for lounging, an elevated spot for dining, or a raised space for taking in the view, there's a space for every need. Yet, with the consistent use of materials and styles, the whole look ties together seamlessly.

3. Create a tucked-away seating spot

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Tiered garden ideas are a great way to create intrigue in a plot, as they break up the line of sight. Here, wide stone steps are set at an angle, and, upon reaching the top, a cozy nook– perfect for sitting with friends – is revealed.

Don't forget to deck out the scene with festoon lights and one of our outdoor heating ideas. That way, you can enjoy the space from day to night without a hitch.

Looking for more designs? Our outdoor seating ideas has plenty.

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4. Level up your decking for your tiered garden ideas

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By default, decking ideas are often used to raise outdoor furniture off of the ground. But, as shown here, this versatile landscaping feature can be used to create more tiers than just one.

This chic design offers generous steps out of the house, that could, at one end, also double up as a bench. With a rich mahogany hue, it offers a cabin-in-the-woods vibe that complements the treetop surrounding beautifully.

5. Step up to a pool

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A swimming pool is given a whole new element of luxe when it's incorporated into tiered garden ideas. By giving it a level all to itself, it feels tucked away and exclusive – the perfect place for a relaxing swim at the end of the day.

And, why not recreate an infinity pool effect, but, rather than looking out over an ocean, offer an elevated view over a flowerbed instead? Leaning against the end of this pool with a view of fragrant rose bushes certainly sounds like heaven to us.

Head over to our backyard pool ideas for more inspiration.

6. ...or sink it down for a chic space

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Of course, you could go the other way and step down to a pool rather than up. A sunken design like this offers a sense of privacy from the house and a luxurious, spa-like vibe. Steps either side balance the scene and add to the opulent feel.

Surround with pale, rendered walls to help reflect the water's soothing shimmer in the midday sun. Meanwhile, a cleverly integrated bench adds a contemporary twist – simply boost the comfy factor with a patterned cushion or two.

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7. Line steps with modern planters

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This steep stairway could feel imposing, yet clever design features keep the look light and modern.

For starters, we adore the use of gradient grey hues on the sleek planters. Not only do they provide a contemporary look, but they offer the perfect complementary backdrop to the vibrant green hues of the leafy foliage, allowing them to shine. Meanwhile, the choice of textural planting makes a pleasing contrast against the angular lines.

White walls either side help to bounce light around the area and make the space feel larger.

Looking for more ways to get from level to level in style? There are plenty more interesting garden steps ideas that you can turn to.

8. Disguise a slope with shrubs

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Instead of carving out hard landscaping solutions for your tiered garden ideas, you might prefer to go a little more natural with soft slopes. However, to keep the look cohesive, try a few design tricks from the garden shown above...

As you can see, the house is much higher than the lawn, yet the boundaries between the two are softened with the use of planting. Large hydrangeas, flame-hued crocosmias, an evergreen hedge, and teetering hollyhocks draw the eye upwards and merge the lines between lawn, border, and architecture in a seamless fashion. Not to mention, they provide tons of visual interest and color. Want to recreate the look? Take a look at our tips on how to grow hydrangeas to get started.

If you're looking to cover a steeper slope in plants, then the RHS (opens in new tab) has some guidance. They say that soil in these conditions is often poor, so be sure to prepare it properly, removing all weeds and adding well-rotted manure or good quality compost where possible. On very steep slopes, try pegging down coarse coconut matting to prevent the soil from washing away when it rains. Plant through the matting – as it decays, the plants should start to secure themselves by their roots.

They also suggest to grow long grass on steep banks for an informal look. Plant up with self-naturalising bulbs (snowdrops, for example), or wildflower plug plants for extra visual appeal.

9. Define steps with an arch

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An old red brick wall with integrated steps offers a vintage look to this tiered garden. And, we love the contrasting edging along the top – a simple yet effective style statement.

In keeping with the country-cottage vibe is an ornate metal arch, ready to support a climbing rose as it establishes. As the rose grows, it will ramble up and over the support, creating a fragrant gateway between the two levels.

It's a gorgeous way to separate the two zones of a verdant lawn and a gravelled space for subtly raised beds and garden buildings (this blue-hued beauty has got us swooning).

Speaking of garden buildings, take a look at our summer house ideas for more lovely designs.

10. Incorporate a bench

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This triangular plot is given a new lease of life with the use of tropical palm prints, playful flamingos, and a hot pink and lush green color palette.

The lower level lines up with the house, for a seamless transition between indoors and out. The elevated lawn is bordered by a clever use of hard landscaping, whereby a retaining wall doubles up as a permanent seating solution which effortlessly combines with steps.

If you have a difficult plot that you're looking to transform, take a look at our ideas for awkward shaped gardens.

11. Offer a view at all levels

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This gorgeous design is a real head-turner and has to be one of our favorite tiered garden ideas.

The dramatic use of levels works in a multitude of ways. Firstly, it provides a stunning view of the planting from all levels of the house, explains the Bowles & Wyer (opens in new tab) team. And, as we think you'll agree, with the help of great garden lighting, it maintains its magic once night falls.

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The high levels also provide a sense of shelter to the lower-levelled seating space. What's more, the wide pathways between the tiers allow easy access for maintenance.

Love the look? Take a look at our sloping garden ideas for more inspiration.

FAQs

What is a tiered garden? ›

What is a Tiered Garden? A tiered garden consists of one or more retaining walls which form two or more level areas. For homes that are built on hills, creating a tiered garden design will not only make the yard more usable, but it can also increase the value of the property by adding outdoor living space.

How do I add a tier to my garden? ›

  1. Step 1: Work out the drop. In this step you need to balance what you want with what is practically possible and affordable. ...
  2. Step 2: Dig out the area. ...
  3. Step 3: Install wooden posts. ...
  4. Step 4: Install the retaining sleepers. ...
  5. Step 5: Level the upper tier. ...
  6. Step 6: Install the borders. ...
  7. Step 7: Pave the lower area.
10 Sept 2021

How do I even out my garden surface? ›

Part 1 How to level your garden lawn. Simple solutions for uneven ground.

How do you do landscape tiers? ›

Planting Designs for Tiers : Landscaping Designs & Ideas

How do you make a tiered garden on a slope? ›

How to Build a Terraced Garden Bed on a Slope - YouTube

What can you do with a split level garden? ›

Ideas for a Split Level Garden
  1. Elevated patio. Create a tier or terrace for your patio area to elevate it above the garden. ...
  2. Tiered decking. If you don't want to disrupt your garden, create levels with your deck. ...
  3. Raised beds. ...
  4. Terrace a hill. ...
  5. Use walls.
27 Apr 2022

How can I make my front garden look nice? ›

Be inspired by our tips for designing a front garden, below.
  1. Use complementary colours.
  2. Use white to create a focal point.
  3. Hide bins with bespoke screening.
  4. Use containers to enhance paved spaces.
  5. Use topiary for a formal look.
  6. Use hanging baskets for height and colour.
  7. Use pots of different sizes.
3 May 2022

What makes a garden beautiful? ›

Beautiful gardens appeal to our senses.

The colours and immense diversity of design combinations, fragrance, flavours, sounds from birds and insects attracted to the plants and variety of textures.

How do I raise my patio level in my garden? ›

In order to raise your gardens level most of the time you will need to install retaining features. These usually take the form of retaining walls or garden edgings with retaining foundations. These will be especially needed if you need to raise the soil level by more than a few inches.

What should I use to level ground? ›

If you are leveling a small area, you can tamp the soil using your foot and the bottom of your rake. If you are leveling a large area, or it is especially important to keep the ground level (such as if you are building a structure), get a tamper or plate compactor to compact the soil.

How do I level my land? ›

How to Level a Yard [8 Steps]
  1. STEP 1: Mow Your Lawn. ...
  2. STEP 2: Dethatch Your Lawn [As Needed] ...
  3. STEP 3: Dig up the grass in the sunken area of the lawn. ...
  4. STEP 4: Make Soil Mix: Topsoil, Sand and Compost. ...
  5. STEP 5: Fill Sunken Areas and Holes with Soil Mixture. ...
  6. STEP 6: Even Out the Entire Lawn. ...
  7. STEP 7: Water the Lawn.
17 Jan 2022

How can I level without a level? ›

Finding Level Without A Level Is Very Easy - YouTube

How do I slope my garden away from my house? ›

Ideally, the ground should drop one inch for every one foot that you move away from the house for the first 5-to-10 feet around your house. While this is not always possible, the ground should never be sloping upwards as you move away from your house foundation.

How do you level a bumpy yard? ›

LEVELING a BUMPY LAWN with SOIL and SAND - YouTube

How do you deal with a sloping garden? ›

"The most cost effective way to manage a sloping garden is with gabion cages or railway sleepers to act as retaining walls." One of the best ideas for making a sloping garden into a more useable outdoor space is to create terraces by building retaining walls.

How do you build a tiered garden wall? ›

Building Terraced Retaining Walls or In-Wall Planters - YouTube

How do I fix a negative slope in my house? ›

To fix negative grading around your house, you need to add grading topsoil around the perimeter of your house. First, remove any vegetation or mulch in areas that need grading. Your grade needs to be no less than 1” per foot, up to 10' from your home.

How do you landscape a steep slope for beauty and low maintenance? ›

5 creative ways to landscape a sloped yard
  1. Mulch your slope. The most affordable way to landscape a slope is also the easiest: mulch it. ...
  2. Plant your slope. The most promising accent of any yard, plants can add some serious personality to your slope. ...
  3. Erect a masonry retaining wall. ...
  4. Landscape a slope with it all.
25 Aug 2020

Should flower bed be higher than lawn? ›

The best way to make planting beds is to keep the soil at or below the original level. Beside the sidewalk it should be 3 inches below the level of the sidewalk so that mulch can be added. Being lower than the lawn grass also works better than being too high.

How do you make a raised garden bed with uneven ground? ›

How to Build a Raised Garden Bed on Sloping, Uneven Ground
  1. Make a simple box. ...
  2. Set the box in place on the ground. ...
  3. Add corner stakes and screw the bed sides to the stakes. ...
  4. Cut the tapered pieces to fill in the sides to ground level. ...
  5. Insert the tapered pieces and screw them into the stakes.
9 Apr 2010

What is a fantasy garden? ›

Fantasy gardens are beautiful, whimsical landscapes filled with myths, mysteries and magic, drama and dreams, secrets, adventure and romance.

Which plant is good in front of house? ›

Basil, Jasmine, Morning Glory, Money Plant and Citrus Tree are some of the best Vastu plants for the entrance of your home.

What is a well designed garden? ›

A garden should respond well to the adjacent landscape and buildings. Some gardens are very introspective, with apparently little attempt to benefit from any surrounding views or features, and designed without consideration of the impact of road noise, orientation, local climate and any other external factors.

How do you describe a garden in writing? ›

My garden contains different types of plants. For instance, it has different flowers such as roses, sunflowers, Lilies, daisies. These flowers are the easiest to grow and flourish the environment with their beautiful smells. Moreover, the colors of these flowers make a garden look beautiful.

How do you level soil by hand? ›

  1. Outline your plot with stakes and string to create a boundary for the cultivation. Hammer stakes into the ground at each corner of the area to be cultivated. ...
  2. Dig up the soil. Start at one corner of your plot and insert the shovel about halfway into the soil. ...
  3. Hoe the area. ...
  4. Rake the area to further level the ground.

Can I level my garden without planning permission? ›

However, the good news is that for levelling a garden, no planning permission is required. However, if what you're doing impacts bushes and trees that are protected, then you will require planning permission.

Can you level a garden with a shovel? ›

Place the shovel into the ground between three and six centimetres. You should then be able to slide the shovel under the grass and lift out the soil beneath it. This is an excellent time to begin the levelling process but attempt to keep the ground as level as possible as you remove soil and grass.

How do you level uneven garden slabs? ›

Use the rubber mallet to attempt to achieve a level with surrounding slabs. It is likely that you will need to lift the slab again and either remove or insert mortar. It is a good idea to work the mortar with the trowel and create an uneven surface to help positioing.

How do you get a level to lay slabs? ›

How To Set Out Levels/String Lines When Laying A Patio - YouTube

What do you use to level a patio? ›

Level Your Paver Base - Outdoor DIY From Home Work With Hank

How do you flatten a steep garden? ›

Materials that can be used to level a sloping garden include:
  1. Stone retaining walls – The use of pre-formed concrete blocks, breeze blocks, house bricks or stone. ...
  2. Reclaimed railway sleepers – If you want a cheap option, this is your go to.

How do you make a tiered garden on a slope? ›

How to Build a Terraced Garden Bed on a Slope - YouTube

How do you deal with a sloping garden? ›

"The most cost effective way to manage a sloping garden is with gabion cages or railway sleepers to act as retaining walls." One of the best ideas for making a sloping garden into a more useable outdoor space is to create terraces by building retaining walls.

How do you level a bumpy yard? ›

LEVELING a BUMPY LAWN with SOIL and SAND - YouTube

Should flower bed be higher than lawn? ›

The best way to make planting beds is to keep the soil at or below the original level. Beside the sidewalk it should be 3 inches below the level of the sidewalk so that mulch can be added. Being lower than the lawn grass also works better than being too high.

What can you do with sloping land? ›

Here are 10 things to do with a sloping backyard.
  1. Determine the surface texture of your soil. ...
  2. Build a deck. ...
  3. Try landscaping in tiers. ...
  4. Create a winding path or a staircase. ...
  5. Consider a landscape waterfall. ...
  6. Use the slope to your advantage when building vegetable beds. ...
  7. Create a destination at the bottom of the slope.
5 Mar 2021

How do you edge a flower bed on a slope? ›

How to Level the Edge of a Flower Bed on a Slope
  1. Dig Your Trench. Dig into the slope to create a trench around the area where the flower bed will be located. ...
  2. Fill In the Trench. ...
  3. Lay Pavers Down. ...
  4. Level the Pavers. ...
  5. Add More Pavers. ...
  6. Insert Plant Bed Liner. ...
  7. Sloped Garden Ideas: Planting.

How do you landscape a steep slope on a budget? ›

Nine Budget-Friendly Ways to Landscape a Steep Slope
  1. 1) Use Mulch. One of the easiest and most budget-friendly ways to landscape a steep slope is to use mulch. ...
  2. 3) Use Groundcovers. ...
  3. 4) Erosion-Control Blanket. ...
  4. 5) Create a Path. ...
  5. 6) Use Recycled Materials. ...
  6. 7) Incorporate Water. ...
  7. 8) Use Cages or Nets. ...
  8. 9) Build a Retaining Wall.
3 Aug 2022

How do you level soil by hand? ›

  1. Outline your plot with stakes and string to create a boundary for the cultivation. Hammer stakes into the ground at each corner of the area to be cultivated. ...
  2. Dig up the soil. Start at one corner of your plot and insert the shovel about halfway into the soil. ...
  3. Hoe the area. ...
  4. Rake the area to further level the ground.

Can you level a garden with a shovel? ›

Place the shovel into the ground between three and six centimetres. You should then be able to slide the shovel under the grass and lift out the soil beneath it. This is an excellent time to begin the levelling process but attempt to keep the ground as level as possible as you remove soil and grass.

Looking to neaten up your plot? Our garden edging ideas will get you inspired – from stone to wooden designs and more

Use your edging to create curved lines. You can create a timeless and traditional look easily when landscaping with roses – they are a classic planting choice after all.. Sometimes, simple is all you need when it comes to garden edging ideas.. If you love our modern paving ideas , then this idea might be the one for you.. It's a perfect pick if you're after more contemporary garden edging ideas for your plot.. Edging offers a simple but effective design statement, adding a sense of shape and style to your garden and keeping everything neat and tidy, Lee adds.. 'For edging around the periphery of your outdoor space – such as around planting beds or running alongside a wall or fence – you can use raised edging, which comes in a variety of modern and traditional styles, including a weathered stone look or a clean, sharp, and defined design,' Lee continues.

Can't decide where to put your seating, lawn, or pool? Our garden layout ideas are here to help

You (hopefully) know the kind of things you want in your garden – a relaxing place to sit, perhaps a stretch of grass, maybe a veg patch or two.... Good garden layout ideas will help you make the most of your pool. When it comes to choosing where to place one, think about the areas of your plot that get the sun.. Consider where the sun hits when thinking about your garden layout ideas. This has many implications when it comes to arranging your space – not just for planting (right plant, right place and all that), but also for seating.. But, they are also handy when it comes to zoning your space, so are good to consider when it comes to garden layout ideas.. Add plenty of flowerbeds nearby too, to soften the look.. Surround your garden layout ideas with wilder landscaping. Use your greenhouse as a focal point for your garden layout ideas. It's also useful to create a scaled drawing of your garden when planning new garden layout ideas.. We've got plenty of tips on how to do so in our small garden layout ideas feature.

Enhance your boundaries and add privacy with the best garden fence ideas for large and small yards

Picket or rustic post and rail fences suit more traditional country schemes, a woven willow fence has a natural, rustic look, whereas crisp horizontal louvered fencing complements more modern or urban designs.. Allowing you to define an area, while supporting and displaying beautiful plants, a trellis design is also the perfect complement to your cottage garden ideas .. 'There are lots of different styles, colors and finishes available; just carefully note the size of the holes before you buy,' says James.. Bring them to life with climbing plants or, as in this design, a plant theater.. Make a statement with horizontal louvered screening, instead of a traditional fence.. It creates a designer look commonplace in show gardens, and the timbers are ideal for supporting plants.. 'If a solid fence would block out too much sun or you just want to create a little shade and privacy for a garden dining space, contemporary louvres are ideal,' says James.. Attach them to timber posts in the same was as any other fence panel.. (Image credit: Little Greene). Outdoor paint will not only make your garden fence ideas look good, it will give the timber added protection, too.. We suggest using fencing materials best suited to the style of garden you have.. There are many other options you might want to consider if you want to create a boundary.. ‘Wirework trellis panels offer the best support for plants to grow, creating an evergreen boundary that doubles as a habitat for birds, butterflied and bees,’ says Hilary Thurman of Garden Requisites (opens in new tab).. 'However, only choose these if you plan to partially obscure them with planting in front or train evergreen climbing plants up and over the top as they aren't the most aesthetically pleasing designs.'

If you have a narrow garden then this is perfect for you...

But, it's easy to feel stuck when it comes to making one feel stylish.. One way to make a dull, narrow plot more interesting is to add tiered garden ideas .. This narrow plot is full of good design choices. First, note the stepping stone pavers, which offer a playful tone.. We love the addition of acers too – a perfect choice for Japanese garden ideas .. A central outdoor living space divides up this long and narrow garden. Garden designer Wendy Smith also suggests how you can break up narrow garden ideas into zones.. If you're also after long garden ideas , a design like this is definitely one to consider.. If you're looking for courtyard garden ideas as well as narrow garden ideas, then a set-up like this might be the way forward.. Taking a streamlined approach to outdoor seating ideas can be a good option when it comes to thin gardens.. So we've covered mirrors, levels, curved landscaping, colors and more, and hopefully by now you're feeling inspired for your own narrow garden ideas.. However, there are even more things you can try to make the most of your space.. For example, different lighting solutions can help to determine the ambience and purpose of different zones – think gentle festoons for outdoor seating, brighter lights for outdoor kitchens, or a hanging pendant over a sheltered outdoor dining space, for instance.. If you've lined your narrow garden ideas with flowerbeds, then you might be wondering what you can plant in them.. Ferns make a lovely choice for modern plots and create a jungle-like vibe.

An uneven garden is difficult to enjoy and maintain. Let’s take a look at how you can easily level your garden in this 10-step guide.

Make sure you have permission to level your uneven lawn.. Use a spirit level to check that the string between the two stakes is level.. This will make the ground easier to work with.. To build a retaining wall, you should first dig a trench that runs the width of the area you are levelling, parallel with the bottom of the slope.. If your retaining wall needs to be taller than this, you will need to use several tiered/stepped retaining walls.. Start piling garden soil behind the retaining wall, ensuring it’s level.. Check that the soil behind the retaining wall is level.. Once compacted, check again that the soil is level by using your spirit level.. If your garden isn’t sloped, but there are bumps in your lawn that you would like to level.. If you’ve got lumps in your lawn, you can create a level lawn by lifting the turf and removing the soil underneath.. Remove as much soil as it takes to make the area level with the rest of your lawn, then lay the turf back down.

Decor, design and planting tips for tiny terraces, little lawns and bijou balconies

In a small space don't forget to use walls and fences for greenery.. Make a small garden feel bigger by making it feel like a continuation of your indoor space with outdoor living room ideas .. Use the same design idea in a small garden by choosing a hanging chair.. Use small garden ideas to add depth to the space with using garden paint ideas to paint the walls in a vibrant shade.. A clever and simple idea for planting a small garden is to play with the heights to add a feeling of space and depth.. Look down for some new small garden ideas.. This planting solution creates extra space to showcase potted plants and garden accessories.. You don't need a lawn to create a lush garden - and flower beds aren't necessary either.. Finish off with some garden furniture and you'll have the perfect spot to enjoy a summer's day.. Make use of a fence to add colour and greenery.. Garden landscaping costs depend on the size of your garden, the complexity of the design and how much experience the designer has.

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