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We've just finished this garden in Parbold. It definitely needed some attention. The plan here was to add some height, yet keep the stone walls exposed on either side. The birch trees will achieve this in time. We were able to re-use the york stone paving and granite sleepers already in the garden, to create steps blending into the scottish pebble path. The bottom of the garden lacks privacy, but at least the lovely couple we've worked for can now sit out on the decking and enjoy the picture. Here are some before and after images.
This north facing garden wasn't bad to begin with. However the customer was keen for us to make an impression on it. With the removal of a very large leylandii, a new design re-using materials already existing in the garden, and the right plants in the right places, we were all happy with the results.
Here we used some old york stone the customer had to create a patio. The stone work was created to fit a pizza oven, finished of with a custom built pergola.
This cedar roofed gazebo was built buy 'Hunters Joinery', a company in the family, who we work closely with providing bespoke timber solutions.