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keep warm this winter

Here's our corten firebowl and log store on the terrace in our meadow viewed from the greencube studio window.



greencube's end of year summary and celebration

Having worked a whole year without a design assistant in the office, its been incredibly busy and tough at times but always rewarding.

Here's some facts from this years performance

greencube has completed 31 garden designs
greencube has planted 15 gardens
greencube has project managed 17 gardens
greencube (Gemma) has maintained 18 gardens (designed and planted by greencube)
mandy helped plant up a large show garden at Hampton Court - 9 days, which won gold and best in category - Nilufer Danis Designer

Congratulations to Gemma our maintenance gardener who has completed her RHS exams this year awarded with RHS Level 2 Diploma in principles and practices of Horticulture. Well done Gemma.

We are currently booking new enquiries into February and March 2016 having had a busy autumn and influx of new work.

We are about to …

Oak seat and slate paving

Here's a finished outdoor seat made in seasoned oak with steel supports and underplanted with Thyme, Erigeron and Hakonechloa. The upright green oak sleepers behind serves as a raised planter as well as a back rest.

It offers a really lovely bench that's softened by the planting, designed for my Mum, I visited last week to deliver their bulbs, they are looking after it very well.



garden design - greencube planting - greencube hardscapes construction - quest landscapes
The shed has been painted the same colour as the arches, the fence has been painted with black ash which in time as the plants establish will fade into the background making the plants look brighter.