Jackson's Landscape Design have been approved as Devon's artificial grass, artificial lawn, synthetic grass, astro turf, artificial lawns, artificial, lawns, synthetic lawn, synthetic lawns, fake grass installers for Grono Artificial lawn Specialists.


Garden design and Landscaping Devon:

Garden design and Landscaping Devon

For you garden, landscaping projects that require low mainenance within the garden design, landscape, we are able to supply and install Grono's premium products within your required garden landscaping areas.

We are more than happy to install Grono artificial lawns throughout the counties of Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset.



Why have an artificial lawn?

NO mowing

NO muddy/bald patches

NO weeds

Hard wearing (lasts up to 20 years)

Fade resistant

Flame retardant

Green all year round

Little  maintenance

UV resistant

NO animal urine burns


Artificial Lawns:

Artificial lawns


Real grass can lose its colour and vibrancy during hot dry weather. Artificial Grass stays green and lush as the day it was laid.

Fake grass is much more cost-effective than paving or other artificial coverings - and when you measure the investment over the life of the grass it can even work out cheaper than laying and maintaining natural turf.


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A synthetic lawn is an ideal surface for play areas as it is incredibly soft and very forgiving, even when the impact is a big one! There has been a huge amount of research and development in this area and we can now provide a safe and user-friendly surface that is suitable for a typical landscaped garden, childrens play area.


Grono product image:

Grono product image



An artificial lawn is perfect for hayfever sufferers, people with second homes, pets and even elderly people who find it difficult maintaining their lawn. Astro turf is ideal for areas where grass won't grow naturally.

Synthetic lawns are suitable for private / ornamental lawns, play areas and safety surfaces, sports practice areas, pool surrounds, roof gardens and terraces, small back yards, public areas and exhibitions.


Landscaped garden in Torquay, Devon:

Landscaped garden in Torquay, Devon

For all your enquiries regarding the garden design, installation, landscaping with fake grass I'm just an email or phone call away.



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....so we are redoing a garden for the new owners. There is an area about 30' x 80' that was a flower bed. The new owners want it to be a lawn...all fine so far.I wanted to get it prepared and the turf down nowish, but the ground is so waterlogged i…
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James Boardman replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
" What sort of trees are they and have they been intentionally pollarded or just given the haircut treatment previously. I would be tempted to thin out the crown to get a more natural look and reduce regrowth then tackle it similar next year, but if…"
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Richard replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"I'll have a look into those when I get home as they sound ideal. 
Yeah if I could get those cuts within close proximity to each other that would be great. Do you have any advice in advertising with leaflets cards and Facebook? If it takes off I'd li…"
Richard replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"I had my eye on the hayter pro 41 with the Honda engine, but good point about being wet, Someone said the new hayter pro picks up in the wet pretty well but I'll just have to look into that. I might have a look into something bigger as I'd be target…"
Adam Woods replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
"Agreed with Dave and Graham...I dont think I would go near a long reach hedgetrimmer... but others may say thats what they would do"
Graham Taylor replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
"If possible, I try and cut back a larger branch back to a smaller side branch............... unfortunately, there often isn't one.  Otherwise, I'll cut back all the thin growths back to the previous pruning cut.... your option 2....   but I leave on…"
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Tree pruning/cutting

I would really appreciate some advice with this one. I have 2 jobs booked in next week, which are very similar. Both customers have trees which have thin branches growing upwards that they would like cut back in rder to keep the trees small and in…

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