Peterborough, PE1 1LZ
Phone : 01733 964441
Email : email@example.com
Monday 08:00 AM–6:00 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM–6:00 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM–6:00 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM–6:00 PM
Friday 08:00 AM–6:00 PM
Landscaping Peterborough is a full-service landscape design, hardscape build & maintenance contractor that has a reputation for excellence in designing unique outdoor living spaces and transforming them into a beautiful reality
We offer a full-service garden design consultancy, including landscape design, construction management, planting and garden styling.
You can relax knowing your lawn care is in the hands of professionals who have the ability to get your garden weed-free and looking its fullest and greenest.
Bushes, trees and hedges and shrubs need care, pruning, trimming, cutting and sawing & stump removal to stay healthy and strong.
Irrigation guarantees hydration for your garden regardless of the weather & drainage type. Optimum watering means your garden is more likely to flourish & prevent erosion.
We offer a range of contemporary & unique outdoor lighting or garden lighting design with full installation, catering for a range of budgets.
Garden maintenance generally includes lawn mowing and edging, weeding, trimming, fertilising and pruning and the clearing up of leaves.
We Promise To Complete Your Project On Time & On Budget
For residential lawns, you can expect grass cutting to cost around £25 per hour.
The rate of grass growth and the desired height of your lawn determine how often you need to mow. Typically, mowing once a week during the growing season should suffice to keep your lawn healthy. The rest of the time, you can reduce the frequency of cutting to every other week, as necessary.
Healthy trees and shrubs resist disease and insects more naturally.
It is important to pay attention to the health and well-being of your shrubs and trees to avoid them dying back. The foliage alone may not be a reliable indicator of the lack of nutrients and the overall health of your plants.
Trees usually respond best to fertiliser with a 2-1-1 or a 3-1-1 ratio (nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium). Commonly available fertilisers with a 2-1-1 or similar ratio are 18-6-12, 12-6-6, 10-6-4, 10-8-6 and 10-8-4.
Pruning should generally occur after the leaves have ‘flushed’ and hardened, so late spring through summer.
Garden maintenance generally includes lawn mowing and edging, weeding, trimming, and pruning and the clearing up of leaves, especially in the Spring & Autumn.
Gardener responsibilities include monitoring the health of all plants and greenscapes, watering and feeding plants, trimming trees and shrubs, fertilising and mowing lawns, weeding gardens and keeping green spaces and pathways clear of debris and litter.
Warm White (2700K) Similar to halogen-type landscape lighting, it is the most preferred color temperature for landscape lighting. Psychologically, it is thought to be more welcoming and soothing compared to higher color temperatures.
Outdoor LED Lights Aren’t Great At Melting Snow. Those bulbs emit heat, so they handily melt any snow that piles on top of them. Not so with LED bulbs. They’re cool customers, and don’t produce as much heat as halogen or incandescent bulbs do.
Prior to work a utility service survey might become necessary for finding buried pipes and cables. Extremely important to do this in front gardens where present of these services are highly possible.
Here are the main differences between Landscape Architects and Landscape Designers. Landscape Architects must be prepared to work on large projects such as public spaces, and be knowledgeable about issues such as grading, constructing structures and drainage. Whereas, a Landscape Designer, on the other hand, typically has more knowledge in different aspects of gardening and specialised plant knowledge.
We can help you create the outdoor space of your dreams with our thorough design and build services!
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