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This large-sized country house courtyard garden in Walkington near Beverley, East Yorkshire was designed during the Summer of 2010.

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Prior to commencing my design, the garden was mainly laid to travertine limestone paving with sections of artificial la

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The contents of this page shows, Paving, Patio, Radius cuts,  Hard Landscaping, Landscaper,  Contemporary Garden Design, Artificial Lawn, Artificial Grass, Devon, Tobermore.

 

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW DAYS 20-21 IMAGES.

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Marshalls SW Regional award winner 2012

I am extremely humble that my garden design and landscaping practice,  Jackson's Landscape Design, Newton Abbot, Devon are awarded the Marshalls South west regional award winner 2012, for the most creative use o

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THIS PROJECT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW DAYS 6 - 10 IMAGES.

 

 Day 11

Gazebo and tools moved from sub base area so the intricate paving detail can be sprayed on the ground, all measurements and diameters are noted and loaded into CAD soft

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THIS PROJECT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW BEFORE, DESIGN AND DAY 1 - 5 IMAGES.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW FURTHER PROGRESS 

 

Day 6

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Saturday 01/12/12. Job and knock....move 16 tons of sub base from front drive way to rear garden, rake and level at 1

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A very warm welcome to one and all

Welcome to the daily blog of Jackson’s Landscape Design, JLD, the home of quality garden design Devon, landscaping and rammed earth garden structures, this blog will show you the daily life of our garden build up, th

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A new project submission has been made to www.garden-design-pictures.com and the pictures can be viewed by clicking Swimming Pool

 

If you are a Garden Designer or Landscape Gardener you can claim your free advertisement and link to your website by em

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Open forum activity

Neil Darby replied to Neil Darby's discussion Knapsack sprayer
"Hi Paul I bought the Solo, the 475 though. I have just assembled the handle & every time I crank it, it crunches. As if something is catching & having to be forced.
I'm just wondering if you encountered anything like this with your 425 & if so does…"
5 hours ago
Rosie Treharne and Sue Williams joined Landscape Juice Network
6 hours ago
John F replied to Luke brooks's discussion Fibre in my diet not welcome
"I suspect that team can eat Three shredded wheats for breakfast . 
You did right getting video evidence , Working around multiple teams you have to be alert and carry out visual checks . 
Cracked windows , Oil stains on the drive , evidence of mixed…"
8 hours ago
Will replied to Adam Woods's discussion This is a first... what would you do?
"Without proof that you caused the damage there is nothing to discuss.
Did you charge him an hour for having to go back when it was obviously not you...?
Id put an invoice in.
 
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8 hours ago
Luke brooks posted a discussion
Happy Friday yesterday we turned upto my biggest proudest country garden we work as a big team every  FridaySadly FIBRE was been rammed down my throat ( front grass verge ) by a very efficient 15 man Romanian team and one idiot Englishman Basically…
8 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Adam Woods's discussion This is a first... what would you do?
"That's good news for you. im not admitting fault here lol, but the roadworks near me closed the road to the village and a very elderly chap reversed up the road onto the bank and wedged / beached it proper
As me and three lads pushed it off (lifted…"
9 hours ago
Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion This is a first... what would you do?
"Well I went to see the chap - and there was no way my van could have done the damage to his car... the Transporter would have hit it at a far higher level.  Its a virtually brand new car and its gained a serious dent / crack in its plastic bumper -…"
9 hours ago
Steven Mills replied to Andrew holt's discussion Viking mb4 rtp
"Hi John - I thought I was replying to Peter in regards to the Honda."
10 hours ago
Jonathan Davidson liked Robbie's blog post How to level a lawn in 6 easy steps | level up your lawn today
10 hours ago
John F replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Spring lawn renovation
"I personally think its too cold for the grass seed to germinate as it has been well watered .My customer suggests that perhaps the seed supplied is sterile as it just lays there , not one seed has split .
Have spent my whole life sowing grass seed…"
10 hours ago
Andrew holt replied to Andrew holt's discussion Viking mb4 rtp
"Whats the difference between the two? "
12 hours ago
Andrew holt replied to Andrew holt's discussion Viking mb4 rtp
"Think you are probably right with this, I'll bear this in mind for the future "
12 hours ago
Andrew holt replied to Andrew holt's discussion Viking mb4 rtp
"Im preston based, buxtons is about an hour and a half away, but im pretty much set on one of these honda's now, it would work well for my set up, I'll give buxtons a bell this morning, selling 2 of my mowers at the minute, so that will go towards…"
12 hours ago
Andrew holt replied to Andrew holt's discussion Viking mb4 rtp
"Same viking as me, great little mower,  mines took some abuse over the last 4 years!
 
Which toro do you have? My viking woukd leave a good finish, now it has a new blade on it, but has a mind if its own. "
12 hours ago
Will replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Spring lawn renovation
"That's an interesting point Graham.
I'm sure there will be a few variables ... think I've had germination success a fortnight after treating with fertiliser on serveral occasions.... to be honest, never really considered the implications though."
22 hours ago
Peter sellers posted a discussion
Asked on forum many times I know - we are using new model Hayter 56 Pro's commercially, on the whole relatively happy but the non height adjustment handles are an issue with multiple operators of different statures, the other issue is build up of…
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Fibre in my diet not welcome

Happy Friday yesterday we turned upto my biggest proudest country garden we work as a big team every  FridaySadly FIBRE was been rammed down my throat ( front grass verge ) by a very efficient 15 man Romanian team and one idiot Englishman Basically…

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HAYTER 56 PRO ISSUES

Asked on forum many times I know - we are using new model Hayter 56 Pro's commercially, on the whole relatively happy but the non height adjustment handles are an issue with multiple operators of different statures, the other issue is build up of…

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Viking mb4 rtp

Quick one, is it just mine or do none of them go in a straight line? Presume it's to do with the front wheels being powered? im trying to attach a rubber mat or similar to create stripes, but even if I manage that, it still doesn't want to go in a…

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14 Replies · Reply by Steven Mills 10 hours ago
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