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Cherry Field Finished – October 2016 Garden Project

Garden re-design including path widening

After our earlier post of our work in progress “Cherry Field” we can now bring you some updated pictures and the finished Garden project. Due to the time of year the beds have been created ready for Spring planting, as such the true finished project is a few seasons away still, however even comparing the before with the now we are very happy with how this garden redesign project has progressed! It is a great example of a new garden design featuring a combination of natural stone and timber.

 

Cherry Field garden redesign; before, during and after work

 

Cherry Field garden redesign; before, during and after work

this project was a great example of combining heavy duty timber and beautiful natural sandstone and the above really shows the difference we have made to this garden, and the work wasn’t finished there on this particular wall as we installed something to help with enjoying the garden at nighttime as well!

Cherry Field garden wall outdoor lighting

You can see the finished path and patio area, which after spring planting will look stunning! You can also see that a great way to cover unattractive walls is to clad them! This gives you a great contemporary look for your garden.

Cherry Field's path and raised patio

The raised patio is also edged with round timbers. This is a great way to define the area without creating a barrier between the patio and the rest of the garden.

Cherry Field rounded timber edging

You can also see a close up view of the curved steps between the lower patio and the raised area.

Cherry Field's curved patio path

Cherry Field – October 2016 Project

Garden re-design including path widening

Normally we only post with our finished garden projects. With our latest blog post we thought we’d give you an update on our latest project “Cherry Field”.

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Due to limited access to this garden we can’t get a mini digger on to site which means some serious manual labour… The first stage of this garden redesign is to take up the existing brick paving

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The next stage is to also extend the garden path by removing a retaining wall and extending out in to the garden.

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The brick paving is up, the retaining wall is down and the path has been made wider.

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That’s the worst bit finished and now we can start building the new garden! We will keep you updated on this project…