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Oast House Garden Completed

We are now nurturing our completed garden in Offham, Kent.

A wonderful Oast house and granary now with a great garden that works contextually with the building and lifts the property. It truly has transformed this property. We are very pleased and often hear from our clients their delight in their new green space.





Cornus Kousa in flower




Stunning agricultural building now a wonderful family home


Structural Bay trees with lavender planted in gravel garden. A curvy ragstone wall
retains the level change to the borders and top lawn.


Pond constructed with ragstone, with a series of cascading pools to the lower pool



Marginals and pocket planting amongst the ragstone


Vegetable raised oak beds growing salad leaf


Rose and perennial border looking full

Garden Designed by Greencube
Garden Hardscapes - Creative Landscapes
Planting - Greencube
Maintenance - Greencube and local gardener

Greencube also welcomes our 2 new Hadlow RHS qualified recruits, Benita and Emily who joined us in April and work with Gemma, maintaining our wonderful gardens and planting our new gardens. GREAT TEAM





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