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A landscaping project just completed – in time for Christmas 🙂
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A small back garden re-landscaped for a landlord and for the benefit of new tenants For a landlord so you appreciate this is always a tight budget.. but hopefully the end result is quite pleasing ? We kept pretty much same layout as before but with a much…
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Another completed landscaping project in Caversham, Reading. Initially we were booked for: – Tidying up the corner of the garden where there was a steep incline of the ground and a weirdly placed silver birch tree – not to be moved. The above in itself…
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Small garden landscaping in Reading. Well designed and well executed – we hope you’d agree We found this garden in a bit of a state. It needed lots of clearance.. Maybe not greenery but there’s been layers and layers of concrete and stone in this garden.…
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Our landscaping project from December 2016 has seen some changes. We had a go ahead to complete another stage after landscaping it lately. It was time to put in some hedging – Yew hedging ( taxus baccata ) Over the years we have been asked for opinions…
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A complete landscaping project taken on by DGL in 2016. Just to show you guys a complete project from A to Z. New fences for the start, garden levels had to be adjusted, new brick walls, new patio area, steps, new patch of lawn and of course a summer…
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A bit of front garden update and landscaping in Wokingham All photos below so hopefully no need to describe a lot of it. Generally what we have been asked to do was: – open up the driveway more so that two cars get now get onto it. That meant a previous…
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We posted about out latest and final landscaping project in 2016. This is to show you what has changed at the front of the house. This small, mainly muddy, uneven area with some grey concrete slabs laid loosely has seen a bit of improvement.. As discussed…
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