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Case Study 5

This small North London garden proved a challenging build as access was through the client's property with a steep drop to street level. The garden was designed by Daniel Shea and we were contracted to undertake the build.

From the rear doors a small travertine paving area steps up onto a hardwood deck. This area takes up the main part of the garden and also incorporates a full length bench. Jacksons slatted panels form the boundary fencing with a backdrop of Hornbeam hedging and black bamboo. A trio of Tibetan cherries adds height to the planting scheme along with a free standing pergola design. Mixed grasses, alliums & ferns complete lower level planting.

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Our Process

Landscape Gardening Consultation London and Hertfordshire

Consultation

A site consultation will involve an informal visit to discuss your garden requirements with an in-depth discussion to determine the type and style of garden you require. We will offer advice on design along with material choice, lighting and planting style.

Landscape Gardening Design London and Hertfordshire

Design

We offer a design service to help create the best use of space for your garden, whether it be a small city courtyard, roof terrace or traditional family garden. We design in CAD (Computer Aided Design) giving you the freedom to view your garden design from any angle.

Landscape Gardening Construction London and Hertfordshire

Construction

We will provide you with different material samples for your proposed design together with an itemised cost to build your garden. We have expert knowledge of the materials we use and our in house landscapers will then carefully construct your new garden with fine attention to detail.

We use only the highest quality products and materials

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