A disused pond with minimal water overgrown and deep slurry.
Walk down granite lit steps with stainless steel and cool blue LED lights. Water is pumped over head threw stainless steel tubes, pre-drilled to allow water to flow down both sides of the transparent acrylic.
Contrasting vertical staggered sleepers create planting areas and large seating areas both overlooking the elegant stainless steel water feature.
granite floor through bottles under bench fire torches and fire pits cast dancing shadows throughout the garden.
Mr Armitage Newton Abbot
An inaccessible rockery on a sharp radiant entwined with builders rubble made life difficult at the best of times.
Mr Harrison, Bovey Tracey, Devon
Leylandii hedging and Eucalyptus once engulfed this tired forgotten garden. We used stainless steel rims to support both split level circular lawns with the lower lawn catching the water in the LED rills. White cobbles enhance the deep blue slate whilst granite planters offset the lawns perimeters.
Granite and slate steps access both lawns whilst an LED rill within the cobbles allow the over pond flow system from the central water feature to flow back to the pumping chamber, allowing water to recycle. Stainless steel tiered water feature as a visual and reflection element only.
Originally this gravelled area was a sea of rocks and weeds, the challenge was to create a magnetic garden using contrasting granite installed vertically and horizontally complimented beautifully de-style and location of the property and clients.
Mr Parker Bristol
Subtle lights within the entire garden and raised sleepers add tranquillity and harmony at any time. Angled lights bounce reflections off the stainless steel backdrop.
West country garden festival
Show garden 2005
Black sleeper and stainless steel trim house the oiled water feature, whilst slate platforms float on the surface in
stainless steel pots. Beautiful deschampsia synchronise their movement with the wind.
Mr & Mrs Youngman, Liverton, Devon
This two tier garden was neglected many years before we commenced work, The curved family seat is illuminated from within the backrests and flooring as are the planters and steps . Stainless steel oil lamps are positioned as balustrades.
The lighting, with majestic Agapanthus standing true in a planter shared with hebes, Buxus and Juniper.