Whether you need advice and ideas for small gardens or extensive design and build projects, we work closely with customers, landscaping spaces that are detailed, personal, imaginative and rewarding. From initial design, to installation, and finally planting, we undertake all elements of landscaping.
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You can view some examples of our previous work in the gallery or scroll further down here to see some of our most recent projects.
Beginning back in November this 160 square metre garden was landscaped in 3 stages over 6 months, with access initially through the neighbours’ back door with a mini digger. This was followed by the remaining 65 to 70 tons of material brought in and out of the garden through our customers’ 67cm wide kitchen door! With two formal pools connected by a short rill, the garden was complex to build, particularly ensuring that there were no leaks where the pools connect to the water course. Planting is establishing nicely, we just need to fit the 3 planters and some furniture. More pictures to come…
Fun and games with access only through the house. The project involved a lot of preparation, including some wall underpinning, brick work to repair and extend plus a very bendy wall to render. The fanning deck became a labour of love to install, and the sawn sandstone slabs and bullnosed steps. In the end it was a pleasure to work on the project and we finished just in time for our customers to enjoy the garden with their newborn baby! More pictures to come…
And this was before we started:
A ‘rural courtyard’ garden in the grounds of Kings Weston Estate, with the ruins of the old hothouse beyond. Taking almost 3 months to complete, the garden was newly planted at the end of summer. It features a curving drystone wall, large oak pergola, formal trellis panelling and a shallow reflective pool providing a new home for the client’s existing fountain.
This was the garden before we started:
Before we started:
Oak & steel pergola.
Rill water feature at Kings Weston House.
A modern take on a cottage garden in Westbury Park, Bristol.
Courtyard garden in Clifton, Bristol.