The garden design Co
Orwell Cottage 109 Brewery Road Pampisford CB22 3EW
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About you and your business
Over the past seventeen years I have had the privilege of designing, building and planting hundreds of high-end gardens. From small, contemporary urban courtyards to suburban family gardens,large estates and even a five acre nature reserve. Creating a garden is all about the aspirations, lifestyle and budget making each garden project unique and completely individual. With an eye for the smallest detail I make sure potential problems are ‘designs out’ at an early stage, making every garden aesthetically pleasing yet practical. My team of reputable and experienced contractors construct to the highest standards using the best in landscaping materials. I oversee all the projects from start to finish making sure that work is progressing to the client’s and my satisfaction, on time and to budget. The plants are sourced and inspected by me before delivery to site ensuring they are of the finest quality available. The finishing touches such as furniture, water features or statuary can be commissioned from talented craftspeople to compliment the design and complete the character of the garden. Based in Cambridge, I work all over the South East and have written for and contributed to various magazines and national newspapers. The garden design Co won a RHS Silver Medal at Hampton Court for the small garden ‘Dave’s Place’ which was featured on BBC TV and in The Daily Mail and RHS The Garden magazine.
Landscaper, Designer, Maintenance, Consultant, Lawn Care, Tree Surgeon, Other, Supplier, Commercial, Domestic
Where did you hear about Landscape Juice
If anyone can link me to a diagram would be greatly appreciated. I may email ifor and see if they'll give me schematics - i get the impression they probably would rather not do the work themselves..
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In fact I've rung around all over the country and so far no luck from any of the dealers! "
Let me be very clear, there is no weight in the hedgecutter, at all…"
how it works i have no idea "