York Stone dry wall with plant borders and evergreen shrubs

Where: Esher

The brief:

Construction of a 'York Stone' dry wall with new borders, planted with evergreen shrubs and Marshallโ€™s 'Heritage' driveway setts.

How we helped:

From design conception to full landscaping services, we guided our client through the range of options and provided this stunning dry stone wall which the client had loved whilst researching their own design ideas. We sourced high quality materials from Yorkshire, constructed a breeze block wall to reinforce the new flower beds and then laid the dry stone wall, carefully selecting the most suitable stones. We finished with drainage channels and Marshallโ€™s Heritage Setts.

Over the last few years we have developed the rear garden of this woodland property in Esher; as the house has been completed we have liaised with builders, architects and designers to complete all paved areas using reclaimed York stone. The planting has been completed to complement the surrounding woodland.

We now carry out detailed garden maintenance each month, and the dry stone wall has now taken a beautiful patination with age.

The results:

What our clients said:

A wonderful team: they care about their work; take meticulous care in what they are doing; proactive in asking for feedback; inventive with solutions; knowledgeable in an intimidating array of topics; polite and patient even when being pestered by small children! I have absolutely no complaint about the value for money that we received and Bloomin' Marvellous were more than reasonable when dealing with the inevitable unforeseen costs that arise in larger projects. I recommend them wholeheartedly.

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