Welcome to the garden you wish you had
How would your life change if your garden looked the way you wish it did?
Would you come home and relax in your own personal haven?
Could you entertain friends long into the evening?
Could you let the kids run around in safety?
Could you access areas that you can’t manage now?
Would you be able to sell your house more quickly and for more money?
Whatever your goal for your outside space, the Oxford Garden Design landscaping team will create the garden you wish you had.
It starts with an idea…
Maybe you simply want to add a seating area so you can enjoy your garden in comfort. Or maybe you want to start from scratch and create something truly ambitious, with permanent structures and exotic planting. Whether you have acres, or a small area outside your back door, we can help you get exactly what you want from the space you have.
The first step in the process is the ‘Landscaping Ideas Session’. It’s completely free; Ged, our Landscaping Consultant will visit your garden and discuss your own vision – and throw in more ideas for you to consider.
Then the garden landscaping team spring into action
From digging out the first spadeful of topsoil, to watering-in the final shrub or hardy perennial, our professionally-trained, award winning team work together to create your new garden with the minimum of disruption and fuss.
Driven by a clear vision of what they’re working towards, and the simple enthusiasm for what they do, you’ll find everyone to be professional and polite – and keen to share a tip or two on how to care for your garden once it’s done.
“The majority of the work was carried out in winter months, but the dedication of the team was fantastic and the quality of work was excellent. A year on and the garden looks fantastic and draws much praise and admiration. It gives me a great deal of pleasure!”
Unsure about how much to spend on your garden?
Click here to see our guide to Garden Landscaping costs.
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