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January 2014

Our client asked us to supply planters and feature topiary to enhance a newly-built Central London property to coincide with interior design prior to a sales launch. Due to location, the project required us to plan our works carfully, ensuring all our materials were delivered to site on the day enabling us to work quickly and efficiently. Feature shrubs and planters were hand-picked from our trusted suppliers to guarantee quality, and natural stone was used to dress the soil surface. Once all planters were installed we cleaned down all working areas and cleaned and polished up the planters with linseed oil.
One unusual problem we faced here was a 1st floor ledge which we needed to access to screen a building next door. We chose good qualitry articial ficus trees to use here, which we fixed into heavy-based planters to give them a good grounding. As there is no access to this area without a ladder we decided this would be the most effective solution to work with the interior design scheme.

December 2013

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Winter 2009 - Orpington

Our clients had lived in this house for a number of years and had always promised themselves a nice garden. Inspired by their trips to France, they asked us to create a garden to evoke the gardens they had seen over there. The swirling gravel path to the deck leads the visitor on a trip through scented roses, lavender and rosemary, letting them rest on the seating area backed with honeysuckle and clematis. The lawn area, being lifted and re-layed, gives an open feel to the garden making it seem larger, and contrasts nicely with the Rougeite stone chippings used on the path.