Based in Bristol, Elmtree were established in 1969 primarily by our current Chairman Keith Lynch to carry out domestic gardening work, but rapidly expanded into carrying out landscaping within thehousebuilding sector and small scale construction projects. We think we are a little different from many other landscapers for many reasons.
Our business started 23 years ago, and has now grown into one of Bristols and Andovers leading landscaping services company specialising in the design and construction of domestic garden landscapeprojects. We have hundreds of satisfied clients who have enjoyed our creativity and the quality service supplied from our experienced team.
Bristol Landscaping Services specialise in revitalising garden landscapes, creating attractive and functional outdoor spaces. Whatever your requirements, be it a simple repair job or a completeredesign, we can help develop your idea and find an effective solution for your garden. You can find out more about the services we offer by visiting our Landscaping Services section. Examples of some of our recent work can also be viewed in our Gallery and Projects pages.
Bristol based All Gardens was established 25 years ago in London by Peter and Tom Phillips. Since then we have grown with the industry. We find that people make limitless use of their garden spacefrom the traditional to a place of work from which clients can run their businesses, but most of all as a family space where children can play safely and adults can relax, sharing the same environment harmoniously.
Andy has been gardening since the age of 5 when he developed a keen interest in growing vegetables. At the age of 8 he assisted his step dad with the terracing of the family garden building walls andhelped with the maintenance of the hedges and lawns. During his teens he had regular customers whose gardens he maintained at weekends and during the school holidays. This keen passion for gardening has been the driving force in developing the business we now have today.
Some of you may have seen an article in the local papers and online recently. James Bufton would like to reassure you that J. B. Landscapes are a different company to the one based on Whiteladiesroad, . It's now time to brush away the cobwebs and start thinking about spring. Bulbs planted in the winter will start to appear as temperatures increase, so it's a good idea to prune winter flowering shrubs.
Secret Garden have been designing great gardens for over 15 years. We bring our rich and varied experience in design, horticulture and construction to create the gardens you want to be in. Theyproduced an excellent design and completed it to the letter we found them quiet, pleasant and hard working. We would recommend them to anyone who wants to have this type of work done.
Habitat Landscapes Ltd was formed in 2011 with the idea of providing great living spaces outdoors for everyone. We believe a job is not worth doing unless it's done properly and as a result we have100% excellent feedback from all of our clients. Habitat Landscapes are members of the Landscape Juice Network, a social network for landscapers around the uk who hold the same values and objectives. This is an open network which may be viewed by all.
Aquaflora Landscapes are a professional landscaping company based in Bristol and covering the South West. Experienced in all aspects of hard and soft landscaping with a specialism in aquascaping,ponds and water features; including pond repairs, pond cleans & pond restoration. We provide a complete design, build and maintenance service for your garden and water garden. We do make-overs and can take care of those one off tasks too.
If you're searching for a professional gardener to turn a tired, overgrown garden into something wonderful, call us. We're Bristol based landscapers who provide a range of services designed to turnoutdoor spaces into attractive living areas, with superb wood decking, decorative paving, unique water features and more. You may want somewhere to unwind after a hard day's work, or perhaps you're looking to go down the low-maintenance route?