In this project we gave the whole garden a clean revamp. The client requested a beige porcelain tile which worked very well with the houses original brick. A sleeper bed was created and left with no planting to allow the client the freedom to play and grow what ever plants they choose. Are you interested
This project we reused concrete pavers and relayed them with a slimsett paver edge. We continued the slimsetts around the outer edge of the patio a laid a pavestone raj blend patio. Are you interested in getting something like the above? 01425 820211 07454 193161 email@example.com
This was a rotten decking area, which was removed and replaced. We used a kandhla grey porcelain with a grey easyjoint bruch in grout between. We created a raised vegetable area for them just in time for the new growing season Are you interested in getting something like the above? 01425 820211 07454 193161 firstname.lastname@example.org
This was a very big project from the start. Working for a lovely couple who have not been able to enjoy their garden for years due to it not being wheelchair accessible. She provided me a basic design of what she wanted to make it accessible with a section for her own style of planting.
In this project we were tasked to create a more interesting space for planting add more colour, with pathways around the outskirts of the garden to the existing decking. The customer wanted planting to remember her roots from New Zealand. Cordylines and phormiums with the dotted fern were the go-to plants to achieve this effect.
Here we started off with an area that was covered in weeds a concrete slab once a old shed base and a pit used for getting underneath cars for repair. It was filled with hardcore and old building rubble and a stable base was created to lay on. In this project we use reclaimed Indian
Here we prepared for visitors to be aloud back to visit their loved ones after lockdown restrictions had been lifted. We created a safe concrete pathway with high standard handrails and protective fencing so no one would injure themselves as they walk down the slope. What was to be added was a summerhouse with the
Here the ground slopped quite dramatically and the customer was beginning to struggle getting the mower up and down the hill. They wanted to make the ground level so they could sit out and enjoy the garden more. Here we terraced the garden, using a wooden sleeper instead of a wall reduces the cost as
This client has a spectacular view of the new forest. Originally their idea was to put a summerhouse in this shaded spot but after initial conversations we all agreed that would spoil the view. What was needed was a way to enjoy what was already there! We installed a shingle pathway with a full subbase
For this project the ground was very much uneven and not suitable for entertaining. We built an extremely sturdy deck using 6×2 timbers for the structure and regular decking boards for the surface. We were able to level the ground completely only including one step down and keeping to building regulations of being 30cm off