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Garden design portfolio

This page contains some garden designs we have undertaken for clients. Each project also has a brief description for more detail. To view the full size image please click the thumbnail to the right. The full size images can also be scrolled through once one has been selected.
 

New build garden design Liverpool
This garden was designed for a new build bungalow. Large borders were required for an extensive plant collection, with raised borders for some more demanding plants. The plot had a large substation in one corner that the client wished to screen so a pergola with climbing plants was used to create a feature and mask the substation.

Large family garden design Wallasey
This garden design was for a large semi-detached property. The client already had a large raised and enclosed patio and wanted to connect it to the main garden area. Grand sweeping steps linked the patio to the garden and a new path and patio area gave the rest of the garden focus and purpose.
 
Sensory garden design Liverpool
This sensory garden design was created for a respite care home for sick and disabled children. The garden had a sloping bank and a large imposing wall and needed shade, a water feature and places for the children to explore.
Traditional style courtyard garden design West Kirby
This relatively small garden needed a traditional feel to match the property and the owner wanted two patio areas, a lawn and planting with impact. Reclaimed bricks and sandblasted paving was used to create a feeling of age.
Small courtyard garden design New Brighton
This budget design was for a Victorian property with a narrow courtyard garden. The garden was terraced and paved with curved rasied beds created from reclaimed brick including an inset water feature.
Budget new build garden design Chester
This new build plot had a tall narrow building and a sloping plot. Terracing the garden allowed us to create a small patio surrounded by raised beds at the sunnier rear part of the garden with a small lawn below and paved area outside the house.
Wildlife friendly garden design Wirral
This budget design turned a garden that just had a lawn into a wildlife friendly place with two large borders. Native species and pollen-rich plants were used where possible and old paving and brick edging created an established feel.