A selection of images from gardens we have designed over the years!


Paving ⋅ Patios ⋅ Paths ⋅ Edging 

Paving is functional and practical.  Paving is great for creating a usable space for seating and dining.  Paths are a great way of linking key areas in your garden design, topsham.   Edging setts can be used as borders, And to break up large areas of paving. Edging can add definition to paths and can be used to edge lawns.


Natural stone is a perfect choice for coping stones. Great for walls and treads and risers for steps.  Why not opt for treads made of thick sandstone with a bullnose edge.


Materials include ⋅ sandstone paving ⋅ granite paving ⋅ porcelain ⋅ Slate paving.



Fencing ⋅ Lap panels ⋅ Feather edge ⋅ Slatted fencing ⋅ Trellis ⋅ Painting ⋅ Climbers


Fencing provides both privacy and security.  Traditional fencing includes both feather edge and lap panels.  Both offer great value.  Feather edge is generally easier to install in uneven gardens.   Slatted fences will give a contemporary feel to any garden design.  Finishes include both softwood and hardwood boards.  Cladding can also be used to masks unsightly areas.  Or to clad garages and garden rooms.


Avoid the creosote and opt for better quality fence treatments.  These include Sadolin and barn paint.  Why not add extra height by adding trellis.  And soften with climbers.  Such as clematis and Trachyspermum.


Artificial ⋅ Lawns ⋅ Turf


Why not add an artificial lawned area to your garden design, topsham.   Virtually maintenance-free and can be enjoyed all year round.   Pet and child-friendly!


Accessories ⋅ Firepits ⋅ Lighting


Extend the party well into the night by adding a fire pit and lighting into your garden design.   Options include stone or metal pits.  Lighting can be zoned and controlled by a wise box.   Lighting options include LED spotlights, uplighters, and recessed decking & paving lights.











Date: June 02, 2021