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Garden restoration involves careful pruning or removal of plants and shrubs which have grown too large for their specific use, are damaged or have self-seeded. New plantings or features can be added to enhance the original garden structure.


Hard landscaping provides the basic structure of a garden. We can source a huge variety of landscaping materials to suit the individual garden. Paving or monoblocking can create formal paths, patios, or driveways or curved lines can be used for a more natural feel. Other materials such as decorative gravels, slates, pebbles and bark can provide interesting contrasts as well as reducing maintenance. The use of timber decking adds an extra dimension to flat gardens and can be used to increase usable space on a sloping site.


Fencing and trellising can create instant privacy and shelter and add height to a garden. The initial hard landscaping is followed by soft landscaping, the addition of plants, which complete the garden. Plants can fulfil a number of important functions in the garden. Shrubs and perennials combined give all year round interest with varying foliage, colour and textures. Trees and climbers give hight, privacy and shelter. Finally water and lighting can be added to create atmosphere and highlight focal points.

Decking timber in garden with bright purple flowers

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