Friday, 15 August 2014

the august lull is not occurring....

Another busy week at greencube. Planting in Langton Green, Survey in Sevenoaks, Survey in Eynsford and working on a big design in Pluckley for the arrival of a german kit home made by Meisterstueck on a difficult profile site - we love a challenge!

We have also visited a new client in Tunbridge Wells and a visit to a garden under construction in New Barn, Kent that we are project monitoring. All in all a very busy week.

 Harriet pebble mulching 
Plants arriving on the lorry

Here's the garden in Langton Green, almost complete. 

We've included rivers of boulders and pebbles in the courtyard garden and a rustic green oak deck that fits well with the barn and its rustic style.

Slate paving with pebble mulch

This wonderful oak framed barn will be on sale in September. Here we have taken the context/ setting and created a rustic garden that suits the style of the property.


Design by greencube, planting by greencube, hardscapes by langdale landscapes

Harriet has been covering for Gem(who is on holiday) on some of our maintenance contracts, including our large garden at Langton Green. See images taken last week. 

This gorgeous photo was taken by Harriet, capturing the Erigeron 'Sea Breeze' and Erigeron karvinskianus planted on a bank down to the meadow.

Meanwhile a garden that was completed back in late spring in Matfield, near Paddock Wood is starting to take shape.

Our clients house originally an old hop pickers hut inspired us to include and develop the design to include hop poles within the scheme. A garden design delivered for a special birthday present.

Our clients sent these images in this week to show how the meadow has developed in its first season.

The hammock is situated next to the meadow on a green oak sleeper deck, what a way to relax and enjoy their new space.

(Photos taken by client)

design by greencube, hardscapes quest landscapes, meadow beautifully sown and watered by our client

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