Landscaping – this dosen’t just mean turning your garden into the hanging gardens of Babylon (but I can do it should you require!). Sometimes its just about adding a small feature that makes a massive difference. A small patio area for you to sit in the evening sun after a hard days work, a stepping stone path to lead the eye, or a feature to add that wow factor.
These are a few projects that I have done to give you a flavour. I’m good at thinking laterally to figure out what will make the difference in your garden but if you want inspiration to get you thinking take a look at Pintrest: www.pinterest.co.uk its a brilliant source of ideas on what others have done
Depressed by your neglected garden – so was Mike!
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Shirley - Bath
Utilising paved areas
Shirley purchased a new build home and inheritated the usual new build garden. A square of earth riddled with weeds. Shirley’s brief: to create a low maintenance garden with areas to sit and relax.
Create a garden full of interest utilising paved areas to keep maintenance to a minimum. Incorporate a paving circle in complimentary style to add vibrancy and interest. Raised stone beds would enable Shirley to indulge her passion for plants but avoid painful bending. The rose arch leads the eye through the garden and a small area of lawn to relax on.
Roger from Clevedon
Roger was nearing retirement but wanted his garden and patio rejuvenated but on a limited budget. We re laid the patio utilising his existing slabs and replacing steps with more user friendly gradients. The worn out lawn was stripped and new turf laid for the finishing touches.