Landscaping and Garden Groundwork

landscape gardeners solihull provide a full range of landscaping services in Solihull. The landscaping services we offer include: laying turf, lawn edgings, drainage systems, garden ponds, hedge laying, tree surgery wooden garden railway sleepers and much more. Please feel free to call one of our friendly team for any advice.


Turf Laying and garden edgings by Solihull Landscape GardenersLandscape gardening usually includes turfing and turf laying, lawn edging and garden edging and we are very well versed in laying new lawns. We can also provide and lay bark chippings, garden bark and mulch. Please Solihull Landscape Gardeners for any of your laying turf requirements.

Hedge Laying

hedge laying and hedge trimming Solihull by Solihull LandscapingIf you require a new garden hedge then we can help. We can also lay new hedges and tidy up what you have at the moment.

Water Features – Garden Ponds

Garden Pond Water Features by Landscape Gardeners SolihullWater features are also something we can help you with. Water features can add a sense of calm to a garden or a degree of activity and movement. We can just dig a new pond for you or create something really special. There are a huge range of options ranging from a simple pond to cascading pools built on multiple levels. We can help install ‘off the shelf’ solutions or create bespoke features created specifically for your space and personal tastes.


Garden Drainage Solihull by Landscaping SolihullDrainage is a very important consideration when designing a new garden and making landscaping changes. Making sure rainwater is directed towards a suitable drainage system is crucial to prevent water logging and the associated damage and inconvenience.

Where an existing drainage system is present we can direct runoff to this using underground piping. Where this is not possible or practical we can find an alternative solution such as a soakaway.

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