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JUTAgrass - WWW.JUTA.CO.UK

JUTA are European leaders in a range of markets. We have now been in business for over 60 years and the success of the business never fails to amaze, the success has been built around a high quality product and sterling reputation throughout the market.

www.juta.co.uk - Artificial grass producers

We put a large emphasis on service and our professionalism. We ensure that every job is completed to the required high standards that we have set. Customer satisfaction is our number one aim. We believe that our products sell themselves and we have full confidence that the quality of our products reigns supreme.

ARTIFICIAL GRASS

We produce and supply artificial grass (widely known as astro turf) anywhere in the UK and through out Europe. We have artificial grass designed for a full range of applications from small back gardens to full size football pitches and we offer the same quality of service on all flooring products.

Among other things we specialise in:

We are fully integrated producers of artificial grass / synthetic grass / astro turf - we manufacture all components from the raw material. We are keen to work along with and support those in the industry that are also dedicated to using quality product.

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Why this Garden Works


Each article is presented by landscape designer, Tracy Rich, who will examine a single garden and provide design tips based on that garden's layout, materials and planting.

Tuinen Mien Ruys

Mien Ruys' own garden in the Netherlands is the ideal place to start a new series on design articles on 'Why this Garden Works'.

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