Near Tadmarton

It all began with a new client moving in and a front-page feature in a renowned gardening magazine. They desired a transformation from a blank canvas to a flourishing cottage garden by summer. We commenced work in early March, with the design approved, feeling the pressure of a three-month deadline to evolve from low-maintenance buxus beds to a garden paradise. I wasted no time, promptly removing the buxus, digging over existing beds, and crafting new ones. After enriching the soil with a soil improver, the beds were primed for planting. Despite concerns about a late frost, we pressed forward, driven by time constraints and our confidence. Once the plants were in, we embarked on an intensive feeding regimen to promote rapid and robust growth, staying vigilant against weeds. By summer, the beds had transformed into lush cottage garden landscapes, appearing as though they had existed for years. Additionally, we assumed responsibility for maintaining the entire garden, including the pond and woodland, and even undertook the repair and relaying of the old flagstone patio the following spring.

Rope way, Hook Norton

This project presented a delightful opportunity for a couple who had recently relocated to a new build in Hook Norton. Once the design was finalised, we opted to expand the garden by converting the car parking area. The transformation included the installation of a fresh lawn on nutrient-rich soil, new fencing, and the addition of two charming silver birch trees. To enhance the outdoor space further, we constructed a pergola over the seating area, adding a touch of elegance to the garden.

South Newington

It began innocently enough with a garden path and a modest patio, but little did we know, larger forces were at work and grander plans were in motion. What ensued was a colossal project spanning 13 months. In a nutshell, we stripped away the old garden, garage roof, driveway, fences, porch, patios, and pathways. In their place, we orchestrated a complete redesign, optimizing the garden's layout to embrace sunlight, incorporating two apple trees, decking, raised beds made from sleepers, porch, patio, and a water feature. The result? A low-maintenance garden, inviting and bathed in glorious sunshine.

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