Lawn/ Stone work
The client wanted new turf to replace their existing lawn and used the
opportunity to replace a square lawn with a circle surrounded by stone setts
to create more planting space with
a new dynamic design.
The client wanted to make use of an area of their garden that was under used. After various design ideas were discussed, the client decided on using Indian Sandstone to bring a shady and secluded spot to life
The client wanted to clearly mark their boundary with a new fence and to have an existing fence removed and re-instated. We cleared years of vegetation and installed a new solid and durable boundary that will last for many years to come.
This project involved project managing and undertaking the clearance of 25 shrubs, 200 slabs and 60 tonnes of materials from a 60m garden. Using laser levels the ground was prepared and levelled in under three months from start to finish. A new lawn was installed.
The client had a severe moss issue with their lawn. In fact, grass made up less than ten per cent. The moss was treated, scarified and lightly tilled until two cubic metres were removed. Grass seed for shady lawns was used to regrow their lawn in a matter of weeks.
The client wanted to rejuvenate an area of the garden that was overgrown. The area was cleared and a new planting scheme was introduced using ferns, verbena and buddleja varieties suited to the conditions with a complementary colour palette.
Close board fencing
The project involved replacing a feather board fence that had collapsed and this was removed and replaced
Flooding occurred during the wetter months of the year. The garden was re-designed to take advantage of this using a 'rain garden' design and sustainable drainage principles. VectorWorks CAD software produced the final design 2D/3D visualisation.
The project involved replacing timber edging that had decayed. The edging was reinstated with extra long life treated timber and staked in the ground