I just wanted to say thank you to the boys at Landscape Gardeners Wokingham and Bracknell, for a great job they did on a friends garden.
This is there website.
The below is my friends comments:
We can’t thank you enough for the way our garden and front driveway has turned out.
What a great job, it really is a fantastic finish.
When we started our own ideas were patchy at best but you have, with your vision and expertise, managed to really bring them out to a level way beyond our imagination let alone expectation.
Because of the size of the project we where slightly nevous wen we started the project. The scale of the landscape project was adventurous.
…but we should not have worried, the brick work upon the front driveway is really beautiful and when seen against the colourful back drop of trees and shrubs, it really is truly stunning.
The next decking (pictured in mid construction) is absolutely brilliant.
The whole Landscape Gardeners Wokingham team worked solidly come rain or shine and I was most impressed with their professionalism and tidiness.
We have a garden that feels alive and bright whatever the season.
If you would like to visit there website the adress is below:
Thank you guys
James Franks – Bracknell, Berkshire
Well, well, well its already time for my start of Spring Garden Review, and here comes the spring flowers – blooming marvellous…
All across the South West and into the South East we are seeing the signs of spring rising early – Whoop!
The South West National Trust counted 1,345 flowers at 18 gardens in Devon and Cornwall, compared with 1,205 in 2014, which they put down to the ‘not so icy’ winter.
Great numbers but still far below the record of 3,335 in 2008, but who is counting? – well except for the National Trust of course!
In my opinion, the warm weather last week has boosted things, I can see tulips, bluebells and snowdrops starting to appear
…and of course my personal favourite the daffodils which are showing their heads all along the side of my lane.
I can even see the start of the herbs new growth, with my chives plant starting to show its spiky head of hair.
All in all, spring is on the move and heading to the whole of the UK in the next few weeks, so dust off those garden gloves, and bang the mud off the bottom of them wellies and let’s get out there, because it is not waiting for you.
More from my Spring Garden Review as the seasons progresses.
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