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Showing posts from August, 2016

our cor-ten steel garden at the foundry

greencube's cor-ten steel garden in Great Walsingham, Norfolk is not quite finished the last bit of planting to be completed in the Autumn but it's really taking shape and the perennial and ornamental grasses are doing well. The chamomile lawn and mini pond not quite ready for photos yet. garden designed by greencube garden project managed by greencube hard landscaping -  sjb landscaping garden planted and maintained by greencube

greencube welcomes Toby to the team and a gardener's garden completed in Sevenoaks

Toby has joined us for the summer, he's already achieved RHS level 2 and principles of horticulture and is now in his final year at Uni studying landscape architecture at University of Gloucestershire. He's helping with surveys, sketch up, planting plans, maintenance and some planting! We are now referred to as 'The Blonde Team!' (well one of us almost grey!:>) Here we are last week planting up phase 1 of a garden in Offham, photos of garden to follow shortly. Photo taken by client. Meanwhile i visited our lovely clients in Sevenoaks to take some photos. A garden we completed last year but now completely full of flower. This garden was designed for a passionate gardener who wanted to achieve a wonderful succession of flower and textures and seasonal interest. I know I over-use Hydrangeas, but who wouldn't when you can achieve these results: apparently people stop to admire this border from the roadside ;>) Here we have used Hydrangea

new garden in SE12 gets a greencube makeover

Here we have designed a very low maintenance garden with sentry sheds for storage, a simple palette of architectural and textural plants and a wonderful terrace with a cantilevered umbrella. The boundary fences have been painted black then clad in western red cedar trellis. Here we have used muted clay from cuprinol external shades to paint the sheds. Choose sentry sheds for stylish storage in your garden. Cantilevered umbrella fitted in the ground, with tilt and turn, giving options on shade or sun! Umbrella folded away: We have also used some large boulders and pebbles mixed in various sizes. and here's what we started with: Garden designed by greencube Garden planted by greencube Garden hard landscaping by quest landscaping garden now maintained by greencube