Landscaping may be a term you’ve heard thrown around in the past, but what does it actually mean? In the simplest terms, landscaping means making either practical or visual improvements to a space, commonly a garden, that is located outside of your home.
As summer approaches, you’re probably looking forward to spending more time in the sun, especially if you have a nice garden to sit out in. However, your garden may be looking drab rather than inspiring, so why not consider giving it a makeover to get it ready for the warmer months with one of these decorating tips?
Scottish cobbles are a popular choice for garden decoration due to their array of colours and rounded appearance; not only do they make a great addition to planting areas and rockeries, their colour truly comes alive when used within a water feature. We supply quality Scottish cobbles in Dorset to suit your needs.
Spring is here, which means that you’re likely to spend more time in your garden than you have in the past 5 or so months, but what if your garden is looking a little worse for wear after winter? Here are 3 garden landscaping ideas using decorative stones which are certain to bring your garden to life again this year.
Driveway gravel is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to tarmac and concrete slabs thanks to a range of benefits. Not only is driveway gravel easy to install and maintain, the array of decorative gravel options available means that it can create a very attractive finish, so how do you lay a gravel driveway?
Slate chippings are some our most popular decorative aggregates and for good reason. Slate chippings are incredibly versatile, with potential uses throughout your garden for maximum decorative and practical benefit. Slate chippings are also available in a range of colours, which means they are well suited to most garden styles.