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Sunken Hot Tub

2021-06-13T07:04:42+00:00

Our client in Coggeshall called us to ask our advice on what we could do to improve an existing space under their pergola. They also wanted a area for loungers and continuation of planting throughout. The family had a blow up hot tub but wanted to upgrade to something more permanent. The natural positioning

Walled Garden

2021-06-03T11:27:26+00:00

We were given free reign on this garden transformation so it gave us an opportunity to get creative. There is an electricity pole on the right hand side of the garden so we designed everything to flow to the left to take the eye away from it. We decided to create a journey through

New Build Garden

2020-10-07T12:42:57+00:00

We love a new build; a blank canvas to work with. New patios, freshly prepared borders, lovely structures and lighting. This beautiful property has a large family garden and sweeps around 3 sides of the house enabling us to create different areas to enjoy. Our client gave us a brief of easy to manage

Composite Decking

2020-10-07T12:44:47+00:00

We already maintain this client’s garden, so it was the rotted decking and lifting patio that needed replacing. Ben and Camen suggested using Composite decking which will not rot, stain, crack or warp. It is also splinter free making it perfect for families with children and pets. It comes in a variety of colours

Low Maintenance

2020-10-07T12:45:33+00:00

No straight lines required on this garden design. This client’s garden was a blank canvas when we arrived with turf up to both fences. The brief was low maintenance planting but had to have all year-round interest and plenty of flowers in the Summer. The challenge was the aspects with one side being in

Borrowed Landscape

2020-10-07T12:49:04+00:00

Wow what a view! The garden was designed around the stunning scenery and had to include an entertaining area that works all year round. The client also requested easy to maintain hard landscaping and low maintenance planting. Ben proposed to use a mixture of sandstone paving and gravel with the slabs as stepping stones

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