Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Key word - Context



Garden Under Construction in Sevenoaks

Here I have applied oversized pots placed on brick platforms and large obelisks placed within simple border planting, complimented with midnight slate paving to work with the warm colours of the brick. The pots contain over 500 bulbs, I'll return in the spring to take more photos.

Greencube are project monitoring this job visiting weekly.



Here 'Urb' the greencube cooper van, our reliable and resourceful team member, gets in on the photo on Christmas Eve, almost matching the obelisks in colour!


Design and planning - greencube, planting greencube, hardscapes - langdale landscapes


Garden hardscapes completed in Hawkinge


Here's a lovely email (copy) from our clients in Hawkinge, Clayton at Quest Landscapes has just completed the hardscapes, planting to be carried out in the spring.

Hi Mandy

We have had Clayton landscape the garden and he did a fantastic job. We have just finished importing top soil and mushroom compost and it is now almost ready for planting in the spring.

The design is fantastic and we are extremely happy with the way it looks. I must admit being sceptical about losing the lawn but it was an excellent decision and we love the finished look.

Thanks very much for your lovely design, it was worth every penny and we would never have come up with such an elegant garden without your help.

Calvin and Lou xx

Steed Construction place house on the market - Hartfield, East Sussex

We have been working with a small developer in the last year and they have just placed one of their properties on the market www.campbellsproperty.co.uk . Greencube designed the garden on behalf of Steed Construction.. A tricky space with the requirement of retaining walls but to avoid the feeling of oppressive walls overbearing on the house. Roomy zones have been designed to encourage outdoor enjoyment. The house and garden have been built to a very high standard. Good luck with the sale, I'm sure it will be snapped up very quickly.





photo courtesy of Campbell's Estate Agents

Here's the reflective pool


Ground too wet for lawn to be laid at time of photos taken

Work continues on for the new year with gardens to design in Wildernesse Avenue, Sevenoaks as well as a new instruction for a garden for a new house in Canterbury both large schemes.







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