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greencube garden features in decking product brochure

Our small garden in Chislehurst, Kent now features in Millboard decking's new product brochure.

Our clients, a young professional couple with their first small garden, have had their garden featuring in books, magazines and brochures, seems to be very popular choice.

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We have had another busy week, working on a design for a family in Eynsford, a survey in Sevenoaks and in Hawkinge, Folkestone. Gemma's back from her holiday's and has been working in gardens in Langton Green, Sevenoaks and Hadlow.

I visited one of our gardens under construction in New Barn this morning which is coming along nicely. Here we have introduced granite plank platforms, these will be interplanted and will create an interesting path to the main terrace at the rear that will include a fireplace, feature wall, pot platform and raised planter. 

I'm looking forward to planting this garden, soon to be transformed.

I visited Hadlow garden on Monday although it was incredibly sunny (not great for photography), Gemma was carrying out the regular maintenance, this is so important we can never emphasise it enough. If our clients want to enjoy a successful garden year after year, it needs management, watering, feeding, trimming, weeding and pampering.

I photographed the agastache with the foeniculum vulgare (fennel) looking great in the large border close to the house. In the background you can see the froth of the deschampsia glowing gold in the sunshine.


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