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Modern Gardens Magazine April 2021

See our Sundridge Garden featured in this months Modern Gardens Magazine  our Sundridge Garden completed last year Key features - Black slate, Ceramic Tiled Rug, Moongate & Corten Steel PINK PALETTE INCLUDES Echinacea, Salvia, Penstemon and Veronica in the featured images
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North Norfolk Frozen

 We have a set up a new studio in North Norfolk. Here’s the old foundry garden taken this weekend in its frozen glory, Walsingham, North Norfolk

ornamental grasses

 We visit our completed gardens regularly to give guidance, optimise results, check on establishment.

Green Oasis in Blackheath

 Multiple zoned garden in Blackheath, with charred decking and oak bespoke benches Creating cozy corners to relax  Designed on multiple levels with rusting steel corten steps and an oak bridge to link two zones with a sunken planted border with chimney flues used as pots  Hand picked specimen plants softening and wrapping around each zone Corten gate installed to side access a play on Trompe-l'oeil in the corner reflecting light and creating an optical illusion of a much bigger space lighting installed into the charred deck reflecting across the corten steps a play on texture and scale throughout a small family table and chairs for alfresco dining ` oak bridge links the two zones Specimen Osmanthus for scent, height and sculpture OFYR BBQ  Textural balls of Pittosporum  at the junction swings tucked down in the lower area garden design greencube garden project monitor greencube hard landscaping Clayton at Quest planting greencube aftercare greencube

Pro Landscaper June 2020

greencube design's founder, Mandy Buckland, featured in Pro Landscaper June 2020

woman&home August 2020

greencube's own meadow garden inspires in the August 2020 edition of " woman & home " magazine

Greencube Design in Sunday Times 31st May 2020

Boost Kerb Appeal See us in yesterday's Sunday Times , a feature on boosting kerb appeal by Jayne Dowle. Here we have designed a front garden in Greenwich, blending old with new. Soft yorkstone bullnose paving blends with old London brick of the house and creates a contrast with the geometric patterned replica victorian tiles. We've used a simple mix of planting to create a wonderful entrance to this lovely home and an additional basement seating area that catches the late afternoon sun.