This project comes from Coldharbour Mill who contacted us back in April as they were looking to create an accessible sensory garden with the help of Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme. Their aim was to transform an area of grass on the bank of their lower leat into an attractive and stimulating recreational area for all visitors. In order to allow access for everyone, a paving system that could be filled with grass or gravel, was strong, permeable and easy to install was vital.
This latest case study comes from Alison, she contacted us a few months ago as she was looking to perform a complete make over of her back garden by creating a decorative gravel path and decking area. She needed a product that would stop any gravel migration from occurring whilst proving a strong foundation under […]
This project came to us from David who got in touch with us after deciding to fix an issue him and his neighbours had been experiencing for a couple of months. He told us: “I live on an off-road cottage in West Yorkshire. Over the last few years our access road has suffered badly and […]
*Watch the X-Grid® rain garden section of Friday nights Gardeners’ World here* This project comes from Dale, his wife Tanya and their two husky dogs, who after purchasing their new home began planning with The Rivers Trust to create a fully permeable garden which is otherwise known as a rain garden. This means that any […]
This case study comes from Miguel, the Head Caretaker at King’s College School. Between their Rugby and Football pitches, there was a patch of grass used as a pedestrian path and grounds machinery access route that frequently became very muddy. Miguel wanted a solution to his mud pit issue so began researching to find a […]
Jump To: | The Project | The Work | Conclusion | The Project Our latest blog post comes from John who was looking to create himself a gravel patch/path on his front garden. He planned to use a grey decorative gravel to compliment his fantastically well kept turf and the colour of the bricks used on his […]
Whether you love or hate gardening, it’s something we all have to do in our lives. It can be a daunting task laying a new path, de-weeding or edging the grass. However with the right tools and materials these jobs can be easier than ever. Take Dean as an example, his project which you can […]