Our summer offerings  to you...

Chelsea flower show eat your heart out…

Get inspired to revamp your garden and make it a space you love

 

We noticed whilst watching the RHS Chelsea Flower Show a lot of designers using alternative materials to mark boundaries or define spaces in the garden. Wood was a popular choice, sleepers, reclaimed floor boards, stacked fire wood and WILLOW!

We have been singing the praises of willow for over 15 years now; it’s durable, versatile, contemporary and natural - plus, it looks wonderful in any setting. If you have an idea that this year you’re going to go all out and completely change your garden, or start small and add a border of flowers (or just tidy up your compost area!), then we can help define your edges with curves and add something you’ll really love - just read our reviews.

Our fencing works beautifully in many settings and at many heights; it makes a wonderful, low border to your vegetable patch, for example, or as an alternative to conventional fencing with its sweeping sides and natural curves. Send us an email and we would be happy to provide a free quote.

If it’s that dark, dirty end of the garden, smelly with squelchy grass cuttings that you want to sort out, then we can help! We make sturdy, long lasting, bespoke timber framed panels centered with stunning woven willow which can hide those areas that you don’t want to be seen. These can be installed to your specification; no project is too small or too large.

Are the children constantly under your feet? If only there was something to tempt them into the garden to play… take a look at our woven dens and treehouses - the perfect play space for children and adults alike! 

And don’t forget - if you have a big project in mind, then we also offer a forestry service. We would be happy to quote or advise on any tree work you may need carrying out. Speak to Chris for more information.

Do you like what you see?

Don't forget that we appear at a number of shows throughout the year where we demonstrate our woven fencing ... 'Dogs and Mogs this way'...

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