Forecast for 2017 – All sectors have trend forecasting experts and gardens are no exception. Here we bring you some of the garden trends that have already emerged this year …
“The on-site team were very good, it was amazing to see how fast they worked on the garden and the amount of work they got through each day.”
Mrs Cox, Birstall
“The garden before was a complete shamble that we couldn’t use, seeing the progress that they were making daily was just amazing! It was finished on time, in budget as per the designs.”
Mr Schregardus, Rugby
“I would highly recommend LGD. They listened to my ideas, added their own and the end result was fantastic.”
Kim Seacombe, Aylestone
“They told us everything that would be happening in the day and every delivery that was due came exactly on time. They were friendly and answered every question that we had.”
Mrs Bristowe, Loughborough
“Even when the weather conditions weren’t good, they just ploughed through. My garden was an embarrassment before and now I can’t wait to show it off.’’
Mr Cotterill, Leicester
If you’ve been thinking about purchasing a hot tub this summer, but for some reason the devil on your left shoulder tells you it’s a bad idea and too much effort … then we can tell you otherwise.
The 8th September was an amazing night, the atmosphere was epic & it was such an honour to be apart of.
Another Day, Another Award Winning Opportunity. Can We Really Do It Again? Today we’re all getting set for the Niche Magazine Business Awards 2017 at Athena, Leicester. As you know, last year we won Trade and Construction Business of the Year sponsored by Torr Waterfield.
Chelsea Flower Show’s Youngest Designer Ever Joins The Leicestershire Garden Design Team! Read On To See How Our Award Winning New Team Member Could Help Design The Garden Of Your Dreams…
LGD won Most Creative Use of Marshalls Products at the Marshalls Regional Awards for the East Midlands 2016/2017.
Leicestershire Garden Design Work Named Finalist for Best Dementia Garden 2016. With sensory planting, new accessible pathways and a seating area, the new garden is somewhere residents can enjoy spending time.
‘’The men were excellent, on time, cleaned up all their mess each evening and were friendly and polite. A job very well done, thank you so much.’’
Mrs Sylvia Pole, Kettering
With the depletion of many natural habitats, our gardens play an increasingly important role in supporting wildlife. Winter, in particular, is a time when many garden visitors could do with a little help when it comes to food and shelter.