Phase one of this project in a stunning garden in Henley-on-Thames, was to move 7 semi-mature pine trees to a more suitable location. Our tree and hedge planting team did this with ease with the help from our specialised equipment.
We then relocated two large bunds of earth and landscaped them to form attractive shapes in the garden. The plan was to later grow wild flowers on the mounds.
Our irrigation department then went in and installed a fully automatic irrigation system for all lawns, beds and wild grass areas, ahead of the final landscape works.
Phase two of the project was then rolled out. One of the main tasks was to lay 600m2 of wild flower turf on to the bunds that were earlier created in phase one. Wild flower turf is a very effective way to establish a wild flower meadow, and this was the desired look for the garden we were looking to achieve.
Then 800m2 of formal lawns were then laid, with gravel paths created, leading to secluded seating areas. This added to the relaxing and tranquil feeling we were aiming to create within the garden. A mini orchard of apple and pear trees were also planted throughout the formal and wild lawns adding to the picturesque look of the entire grounds.
Our landscapers then built an outside kitchen and BBQ area using Millboard decking to create a sleek dining area nestled into the natural, wild, scenery.
Lastly our soft landscape team then arrived to create and plant beautiful prairie style planting throughout the site.