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Latvian Inspired Creative Landscaping Ideas

On a recent trip to the Latvian capital Riga I saw some inspiring paving designs in the old city of Riga . This is similar to a design I came up with last year which I intend to use on my own drive at home . I love visiting old cities and often take inspiration…

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Drystone Walling in the Gardens of Yorkshire

The Oxford dictionary meaning for “Landscape gardening” reads “the art and practice of laying out grounds in a way which is ornamental or which imitates natural scenery ” what better way of imitating   the natural scenery in Yorkshire than constructing a drystone wall whether it is a boundary wall or an ornamental feature . 

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Great Paving is More Than Just Looking Good

Although we design and create some great looking paving features the preparation is just as important as the finished product. An inadequate base or poorly thought out drainage system can cause serious problems. This is why it is always important to use a firm with a good reputation that is accredited. 

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Artificial Grass Looks Almost Real

Artificial grass can be a great addition to any garden landscaping project . Laid correctly with the right design it can look very realistic, without the hassle of weekly cutting and ongoing maintenance giving people chance to enjoy their gardens .

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Flying Colours in Marshalls Driveway Assessment 

We are Marshalls approved driveway installers. We have to work to a high standard and approved industry standards to be on the scheme.  Our work is regularly checked by Marshalls to ensure we are working to the high standards required to be an accredited installer . This gives our customers the peace of mind that…

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Secure Your Boundaries 

All gardens should have the boundaries well constructed whether building a wall or a fence . This ensures security and a defined edge to the garden . A poorly constructed fence can cause damage to plants and other garden features if it is poorly constructed and has to be replaced.  These images show a well…

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Planning your outdoor space

Good questions to ask when planning your outdoor space are; What do you want? Sometimes it can feel a bit bewildering, but try to think realistically about how much time you are prepared to give to maintaining your garden. If time is a factor then hard landscaping and low maintenance plants will be the way…

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Grow Your Own Feature

 It is one of our resolutions this year, grow and eat more veg! But like most people, time and limited space often restrict us despite our best intentions. In this month’s feature we look at how just about anyone can grow some of their own produce at home.  Getting Started Where to grow? This will…

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Green and Pleasant Land!

There’s no wonder England’s called that, as now the snow has melted and after the wettest spring/summer/autumn (there’s a theme developing here)… on record, the ground is absolutely saturated. Who would be a gardener? I guess it’s the promise of a new season keeps us going in these dark months. David has at least been…

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