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A Helping Hand... for 2193 Air Cadets New Garden

Posted by Karl Harrison on January 19, 2015 at 9:30 0 Comments

Dear all Landscapers.

Before joining the Military I used to be in the Air Cadets, 2193 Sqn in Prestatyn, North Wales. They sent me flying so many times I lost count and not to mention the band and the very many great times I had – time for…

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Modified Timber Cladding Installed, London

Posted by Venetia Harrison on January 8, 2015 at 10:00 0 Comments

Bespoke designed and…
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Planting in odd numbers for a more natural look

Posted by claudia de yong on May 5, 2013 at 13:00 3 Comments

Above: Pastel colours blend…

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Show House Gardens

Posted by Landscape Hub on May 18, 2013 at 12:00 1 Comment

Variety is the Spice of Life

Posted by claudia de yong on January 19, 2014 at 20:13 2 Comments

Above: 'Base Camp', otherwise known as the…

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What is your dream project? Your Sistine Chapel, the pinnacle of your construction career?

Started by Alan Sargent in Business. Last reply by Eco Garden maintenance on Friday. 1 Reply

'Talking' (via LinkedIn) with Jez, I was prompted to state that my absolute ultimate dream project would be to build a full sized, five foot high, six foot wide and ten feet deep cave or grotto, complete with lower pool, stepping stones across the…Continue

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Allandscapers.org Third Year Anniversary

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www.ALLANDSCAPERS.ORG – CELEBRATING OUR THIRD BIRTHDAY! May 1st 2012 saw the launch of a new and different style of information centre – a Library of articles and features with one underpinning ethos; to…Continue

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Passing of your work at http://highgate-landscapers.co.uk/

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Dear All professional LandscapersThis website (in the title and below) has been passing off our work as there own and I have seen some of your work on their too. Best check as there are a few house hold names from our industry with some beautiful…Continue

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