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Garden Examples

Examples of Garden Landscapes in Bristol

EXAMPLE 1
This garden was for an artist who wanted colour in the garden. Blue walls an artificial lawn and plenty of flowering perennials in the planting provided this.

EXAMPLE 2
By refurbishing the central steps in oak sleepers and continuing the oak around the edges to form raised beds this small garden was given a fresh breath of life. The rear gates leads to the platform of Redlands Station.

EXAMPLE 3
Here the client was a wildlife photographer and wanted a large pond to take up most of his garden. Originally dubious, the end result was dramatic and the planting has matured to provide a wildlife haven.

EXAMPLE 4
A stepped timber path leads through lavender bushes to a sunny circular deck to the rear which is surrounded by water. The planting has naturalised over the past 15 years.

EXAMPLE 5
This large Clifton garden was remodelled with a raised playhouse and sitting area to the rear and a new sandpit with spiral sleeper steps leading up to a newly turfed main lawn.

EXAMPLE 6
Another sloping garden which has had a snaking brick and sleeper path built to allow easy access, via the raised beds, to the top lawn and built in sitting area at the rear of the garden.

EXAMPLE 7
This Cotham garden was one we landscaped many years ago with a mixed media paving over the whole area. The new owner wanted the garden softening so we reintroduced a central lawn which created a green city haven.

EXAMPLE 8
Part new part refurbishment we rebuilt the existing steps lengthening them to provide easier access. A new curved blue planter doubles as a seat. The varying shades of blue contrast well with the terracotta rear wall and the green foliage.

EXAMPLE 9
This is a larger than average Victorian front garden in Cotham. The octagonal paths give easy access to the planting but leave ample space for the plants to flourish.

EXAMPLE 10
This garden was built on a stony hillside which was originally a quarry. An efficient automatic watering system was vital to allow the plants to thrive on these dry slopes.

17, Churchways Crescent, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 8SW