Modern Garden – Moore, Warrington
This modern garden project was built over 6 weeks during the summer of 2016. At just under one acre this is one of our larger projects to date. Work on this garden included, slate patios and pathways, hardwood ipe decking, retaining walls and steps up to a raised lawn area. Slatted fencing and gates as well as turfing and planting work.
Formal Garden – Timperley, Cheshire
Build during the spring of 2017 this is one of our more recent projects. Simple in design, this formal garden features indian sandstone paving and steps, rendered walls and tongue and groove fence panels providing screening in front of the shed. The raised lawn provides and interesting change in levels adding impact to this open space. Low clipped buxus hedging edges the lawn area and contains the planting in the boarders behind.
Walled Courtyard – Handforth, Cheshire
This project was carried out during the summer of 2014 and took around 6 weeks to complete. The property boasted a plot of around 6 acres and the client saw this walled garden being used purely as an entertaining area with a modern feel. This project included the clearance of the existing courtyard, lifting and re laying yorkstone pathways, the construction of a raised pond built from cheshire brick. Also, a hardwood decking area laid flush with sawn sandstone paving. Planting work and a small lawn finished the garden off, complementing the hard landscaping perfectly.
Various Show Gardens – RHS Tatton Park
Our RHS Show Gardens can be seen here. At the 2008 Tatton Park Show we received a Bronze Medal for “Suspended Thoughts”. A year later we received a coverted RHS Gold Medal for our garden “A Place For Waste”. The garden used waste products and recycled materials to create a unique sustainable garden that received much interest from the television and media. We returned to the show in 2011 creating a minimalist garden built using sustainable materials sourced locally, adding a Silver Gilt Medal to our growing list of awards.
Gravel Driveway – Wilmslow
Gravel driveway project carried out in Wilmslow over 3 weeks in August 2016. This project included the clearance of the existing driveway. The majority of the driveway was surfaced with gravel. Other work carried out on the project included Indian Sandstone pathways surrounding the house, a cobble margin entrance to the driveway, repairs to existing drystone walls. Planting and turfing work was also carried out.
Traditional Family Garden – Hale, Cheshire
This traditional family garden in Hale features, yorkstone paving, reclaimed brickwork and gravel pathways edged with rope top edgings amongst other materials you might expect to find in a traditional garden. Work also included fencing topped with scalloped trellis toppers and ball finials, drystone walling and the laying of a new lawn and planting work.
Small Modern Courtyard – Chorlton
Measuring just 4.5 x 5.0 meters this is one of our smallest projects to date. This garden features sawn sandstone steps leading down on to an artificial lawn. Chunky gabion cages filled with brick and stone reclaimed from the clearance of the original garden. Western red cedar tops the gabion cages to form an L shape seating area perfect for entertaining. Cedar was also used to provide some additional privacy above the low brick wall in the form of a modern slatted trellis. Cedar gates were also custom built and planting work carried out to complete this project.
Contemporary Garden – Nether Alderley, Cheshire
This garden was one of our earlier projects. Carried out in 2010 it is still one of our favorite projects to date. This project included landscaping the entire 1 acre plot with the exception of the driveway. The garden features a contemporary entertaining area at the rear of the property, including rendered walls, marble paving, hardwood decking and an impressive water feature and rill. The front and side gardens were re turfed and planted and a small productive area was hidden away so that the clients could grow their own friut and vegatables. This project took around 8 weeks to complete.