Show Pieces

Garden show pieces

Whether you want to incorporate a talking point into a full garden redesign in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire or Yorkshire or want to add a focal point to an existing layout, we can create a stunning showpiece that will be the envy of your neighbours.

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Why not take a look at some of our Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire or Yorkshire garden design and landscaping case studies to see how we have transformed previous satisfied client’s ideas into reality?

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Our show piece services include

Planting

With access to numerous local nurseries and unusual plant specialists further afield, we can source specimen trees and shrubs to create planting schemes in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire with that all important “wow” factor. We can suggest plants to provide extra colour and interest at certain times of the year or choose a variety of different plants to keep your showpiece planting looking great year round.

Sculptures

Statues, planters and other decorative accessories need to be correctly installed to ensure that they are safe and securely positioned. We can create bases and plinths to site your artwork then install the item in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure it remains in tip-top condition for many years of enjoyment.

Fountains & Ponds

Water in the garden, splashing gently in the background, creates a relaxing feeling and even the most formal ponds offer a home to water-loving wildlife such as frogs that will eat pests like slugs and snails. Within our pond services in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, we can dig out ponds, create streams and waterfalls and plan bog gardens to create the precise atmosphere you are looking for.

Arbours and Arches, Pergolas and Gazebos

Using a combination of timber or wrought iron frames, coupled with climbing plants or canvas we can create garden rooms in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire to provide secluded shade in even the most overlooked of urban back gardens. An arbour is usually installed against a wall or fence, often as the focal point of a walkway, while pergolas and gazebos can be free-standing anywhere in the garden. Arches are commonly used to link different areas together and can be grouped together to make a pergola-like covered walkway, which can look glorious covered in climbing roses, honeysuckle, jasmine or annuals such as sweet pea.

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