Street furniture can add an additional dimension to any area. A stylish and aesthetically appealing piece of street furniture is able to enhance the appeal of a designated location from both a visual and a comfort point of view, for all who frequent the area. One of the most prominent street furniture designers, with a reputation for offering outstanding quality of product as well as eminently stylish designs, is Chris Nangle furniture design.
This is a garden makeover we are currently carrying out in the West Derby area of Liverpool in Merseyside. We are installing Marshalls Argent Paving to 2…Continue
Added by Abel Landscaping (Liverpool) on June 29, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
Etesia UK returns to IOG SALTEX this year to launch six new products and on the biggest stand it has ever had, effectively adding an extra 50% of demonstration area to the existing plot.
No less than four exciting new products from Etesia and two new Pellenc products will all be making their debut…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on June 28, 2011 at 15:17 — No Comments
Ultracrete Envirobed HA104® is a revolutionary, next generation, environmentally friendly bedding mortar alternative to resin-based materials, and is specially formulated for the bedding of ductile ironwork.
It is supplied as a two-component system which contains a blend of special cements, polymer graded aggregates and recycled glass and is particularly suitable for use in wet weather conditions. The combined components provide a high performance mortar which can…Continue
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Five hundred women working in land-based industries across the UK will continue to benefit from Lantra’s Women and Work 2011-12 Funding Project, as it has been extended for a fifth year.
Women and Work has already helped 1212 businesses and 3,250 women to increase their skills in industries where women are under-represented. Not only that, for the first time ever, this project is open to women from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and those who have already…Continue
Added by Lantra Sector Skills Council on June 27, 2011 at 12:15 — No Comments
The continued disproportionate rise in our urban / peri-urban or suburban population against a rural population and the infrastructure that it requires equals the largest threat to present & future sustainability due to the continuing heavy abuse of soils.
We are now in a situation where urban soils can no longer be subject to any standardised text or media output with regards gardening, landscaping or land management.
The disgraceful trade in soil is one of the…Continue
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I have a day off from the build that is taking part at Hampton court this year.
The garden I am building has been designed by Charlotte Murrell and is called Wild in the City.
It features a log wall that runs along the back of the garden and down one side, made from individual cut logs all at 200mil in length. These will be placed in position like a dry stone wall. The garden itself contains a wildlife pond and a circular oak deck and plenty of wildlife friendly plants. It will…Continue
This project was carried out in Runcorn. We carry out many decking services in Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire. Please click the link above to see more information an progression photographs of this…Continue
Added by Abel Landscaping (Liverpool) on June 22, 2011 at 12:25 — No Comments
Gardens are really important for us, for our well being and physical health and being in a beautiful garden is a deeply spiritual and reviving experience.
Recently I completed a garden for a family. They are delighted with the change their garden has made.
"Our garden is so lovely and we are so happy! Thank you" …Continue
Added by Selina Botham on June 22, 2011 at 12:00 — No Comments
A memorial bench is a commemorative seat that offers a simple yet effective means of commemorating a loved one. They have become particularly popular, as a form of remembrance, providing a stylish bench which also offers a fitting epitaph. Generally located in a garden, or in a public location, they have…Continue
Added by chris nangle on June 21, 2011 at 15:58 — No Comments
Good quality line markings can make all the difference to both the appearance and appeal of an artificial turf sports facility say Technical Surfaces, the UK’s leading artificial maintenance specialists.
To offer players the assurance that these lines will last over the course of a season (whether…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on June 21, 2011 at 11:55 — No Comments
Do you grow your own fruit and vegetables? Do you have your own herb pot?
What a better way to take advantage of home grown vegetables, fruits, salads and herbs, than with your own outdoor wood fired oven?
Burning only wood, the Stone Bake Oven Company have a range of…Continue
Added by Laura on June 20, 2011 at 15:16 — No Comments
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We're now well into the final stages of our current garden design and build project. The final part includes implementing a design we created to make the most of a wasted area at the side of our clients house. the brief included creating an intimate area for seating to incorporate a new wood burner and areas for planting.
With the design agreed we set about clearing the space and starting to take the design from paper to garden.
Added by Andy Westacott on June 19, 2011 at 21:31 — No Comments
Everyone wants their lawn to look its best. Freshly cut and looking lush and green is most peoples image of a perfect lawn.
However not everyone has the time, expertise or machinery to ensure that their lawn looks like this!
A blunt, four wheeled rotary mower with insufficent power, used to cut the grass at irregular intervals will NEVER leave an acceptable result.
If you simply don't have the time or equipment to care for your lawn as much as…Continue
Added by Adam Pilgrim on June 18, 2011 at 15:09 — No Comments
Well it's finally here, after weeks of humming and aarrghh - ing, we have now reached the weekend before the big event which we are now treating as our official (if somewhat belated) launch.
We will be demonstrating some of our fantastic range of products which include our fabulous range of Artificial Grass which we supply and install. We will have a stunning range of Unreal Hanging Baskets available to purchase on the day or pre order for delivery. We will also have a range…Continue
Added by Unreal Gardens - John Stobart on June 18, 2011 at 13:07 — No Comments
Most of our gate designs are available in the following choice of timbers, which where possible are sourced from…Continue
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