Creekmoor Landscaping Gardening Project

Landscape Gardening Project – Creekmoor

The client wanted to maximise space in the rear garden by removing dying shrubs and laying new turf on the lawn area. The concrete path, raised patio area at the rear of the garden and adjacent to the back of the house were to be removed and replaced with natural stone patio slabs, laid in a random design. Railway sleepers were used to construct a step to each level and provide a more natural, organic appearance for the garden overall.

We added a drainage channel to the lower patio at the rear of the house to help keep it clear of surface water. We also removed the old, broken fence panels at the rear border of the garden and new, stronger, concrete fence posts with traditional lap panel fences.

Which Type Of Fence Panel To Choose?

There are many things to consider when deciding which type of fence panel or, possibly, panels to choose for your landscape gardening project:

  • Your budget
  • The time and expertise required to erect a fence
  • The purpose of the fence – is it for privacy? or security? or a decorative feature? or both? or to keep wildlife out? or something else entirely?
  • Long-term maintenance of your fence

Depending on your requirements, there may be just one or perhaps several fencing types which are suitable for your needs.


Ferndown Landscaping Gardening Project

Landscape Gardening Project – Ferndown

This project was for a very large, rear garden that required a fence for the entire rear border of the property and new, durable garden lawn which needed a hardy turf. The garden fence and laying new turf for the lawn was just the first stage of this project

Phase II

Our client had an extension built which left the level to the garden via an old concrete patio area too low. The whole side of the extension and around to the main house had to be brought up to level after removing the concrete patio and old paving slab pathway. This was replaced with a natural stone patio area with a step to allow easy access to the extension. The new, sweeping patio led to large planting boxes made from railway sleepers which also acted as a retaining wall.

Planting beds constructed from sleepers were also installed parallel to the rear fence, once the new turf had properly rooted. Each plant bed section was tiered to accommodate the slope of the garden.

Future Project Work

Our client has also instructed us to commence work on the block paving for the driveway. This will involve taking up and salvaging as many of the blocks as possible and then the surface will be covered with stone and compacted to create a solid base to keep the driveway even and level throughout. This will prevent the the blocks sinking and causing problems.