Landscape Solutions Gallery

Landscape - Garden refresh

A garden overhaul that included the creation of new beds, seating areas, garden building, outdoor kitchen, decking and a children's play area.

Landscape - Deck & Steps

A cantilevered deck set at water level of a fully lined new pond and associated waterfalls. This space offers a perfect pausing place to relax and enjoy the garden, accessed by new steps that meander through new planting.

Landscape - Garden with Swing

With clever use of new stone retaining walls, this challenging sloping garden was transformed into a very usable space, making the most of the sun that filled the garden every day. Water, level formal lawns and pathways all combined to create a calm space within an urban setting.

Landscape - Front Garden

A wonderful new detailed formal front garden that took its brief from the ornate Victorian architecture of the house. The client was very happy with the finished space, complementing the house in character and giving great kerb appeal.


A mixed granite and basalt block driveway that complemented the new oak garage and gates in terms of colour and quality. It also provides a very hard-wearing and durable driveway.

Landscape - Summerhouse

By using the natural slope of the garden to create a waterfall under the decking, we could create a lovely focal feature within the large garden. A new summer house and cantilevered decking offered superb relaxing space, surrounded by new and existing mature planting.

Landscape - Raised Bed and Pond

Creating level areas within a large sloping garden offers usable space and interest. In this case it was also creating grass areas for golf putting practice!

Landscape - Metal Pergola

Features within a garden can add height, visual interest and form. This Italian pergola was heavily planted with new climbers to create a green corridor between two separate areas within the garden.

Landscape - Multi-level

By working with the slope we could create a stone circular patio surrounded by contemporary planting of bamboos and grasses. In time this planting will screen the lower space from the more open decking at the higher level. The mix of hard landscaping materials combine to add interest and variation in colour and texture.

Landscape - Multilevel patio

Formal brick retaining walls were used to completely change the character of this large garden, creating split level patios for the client to use socially. New cast stone balustrade and bottle profiles were used to add grandeur and a comprehensive lighting system was installed to add all hour use.

Landscape - Oak Pergola

Pergolas and similar structures are a great way to add vertical structure to a space. Here the oak was bespoke-made using traditional mortice and tenon peg jointing, heavily planted with a mix of climbers to create a green canopy for dappled shade.

Landscape - Contemporary Garden

A clean modern style to this garden carried through the character of the new interior of the house to the outside space. With a young family, the client wanted low maintenance and water. Fountains were used in conjunction with hidden reservoirs to allow for this in complete safety.

Landscape - Topiary

Focal planting such as this buxus topiary can add elegance and class to any space, in this instance used to great effect as a focal centre piece within a Victorian front garden. Box is classical in style, perfectly suited to be used as edging to borders or as a stand-alone feature as seen here.

Landscape - Water Feature

York stone was used to retain levels in the creation of this formal pond with waterfall. A deep pond, the client wanted to stock fish and was very pleased with the finished scheme, allowing easy safe access to the waters’ edge. The waterfall added further interest and oxygen to the lower pond.

Landscape - Wooden Archway

A narrow dark strip of land was simply transformed into a space that offered a pleasant bright seating area and formal low maintenance planting. The use of Cotswold gravel contrasted very well with the clean, simple planting. Adding trellis was enough to divide the space into separate ‘rooms’.

Landscape - Dual Ponds

Water was used as a main feature of this town garden, bringing wildlife, noise and movement to the large space. The waterfall also aerates the pond to promote a healthy pond system for fish and other wildlife.

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