GARDENS ARE FOR SHARING...

A garden is an opportunity to provide sensory, culinary and living space to ourselves and our buzzing, burrowing and twittering friends. 

Our Enviro Policy - In our projects we aim to..

 

  • minimise waste, re-use  materials and source locally

  • substitute high carbon materials and reduce cement use

  • use naturally durable timbers like Larch in lieu of pressure treated 

  • design and plant for biodiversity

  • create and restore habitats including ponds,  meadows, green roofs, living walls

  • harvest rain water, compost

  • avoid herbicides and artificial fertilisers

For your specific outdoor space we can select a range of plants that not only look attractive but are also valuable for birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. We suggest alternatives to traditional low diversity lawns, ‘unfriendly’ blooms, and invasive species.

planting for wildlife

Planting

for

wildlife

We can supply and fit bird and bat boxes that are fit for purpose (some shop bought ones are not).  Chris’ own home has a colony of Swifts that moved into the boxes he built following the loss of their nest holes in his roof when he had a loft conversion.

habitats & feeding stations

habitats
& feeding
stations

Ponds and bogs can add so much to a garden if created with care.  They are a sensory pleasure  for all ages and a marvellous habitat for many species.  They collect rainwater and filter grey water and if you have the ambition and space to go BIG, we can even build you a natural swimming pool.

ponds, pools & wetlands

ponds,
pools & wetlands

Wildflower meadows are something of a passion for us. Even a small patch of meadow is a useful addition that can bring such a lot of pleasure when in flower. We are accredited installers for Wildflower Turf. 

wildflower

meadows

Wildflower
meadows

REGISTERED INSTALLER

Eco-friendly Gardening and Landscaping

Some of our favourite ways to enable humans, flora and fauna to thrive, together...

For further information about greener gardening visit:

www.wildlifetrusts.org/helpwildlife

www.gardenorganic.org.uk 

www.rhs.org.uk