Gardens in Highgate London

PGSD was asked to work on two gardens in Highgate, north London, by construction company Heydon & Carr who were converting one house into two separate dwellings.

We designed and planted both of the gardens and installed top soil, turf, trees, shrubs and perennials.

The plants, of which there were several hundred, included: Clematis Montana on 1.5 Trellis; Jasminum on 1.5 Trellis; Parthenocissus on 1.5 Trellis; and Hedra on 1.5 Trellis.

Architectural Shrubs and trees comprised Phormium 5L; Cordyline 5L; Yukka 5L; specimen Japanese Maple; Bamboo 20L pots; Olive tree 1.5m tall; and Betula multi stem 2.5-3m tall.

The borders contain a mix of shrubs, perennials and grasses in 3 to 5 litre pots: Agapanthus; Aster; Geranium; Heleborous; Heuchera; Kniphofia; Rudbeckia; Grasses 5L; Carex Evergold; Stipa Tenuissima; and Semperviren.

New build care home horticultural project

PGSD Limited was asked to help with horticultural work by Castleoak for Oak Manor, a new build care home for their client MHA in Shefford, Bedfordshire.

The project included the installation of topsoil, 200mm deep for grassed area, 300mm deep for planters and 500mm deep for tree planting.

It also included

*  The planting of some 2000 plants
*  1000 bulbs
*  1000m2 of turfing
*  Mulching
*  18 semi mature trees
*  150m of post and rail fencing
*  100m of closeboard fence

*  Gates

Oak Manor has been designed to enhance the independence and dignity of residents. Oak Manor is a 64 bedroom care home that provides residential and residential

dementia specialist care with features such as an on-site hairdressers, cinema room and coffee shop.

MHA is a well-established charity with over 70 years’ experience and is one of Britain’s most respected care providers. MHA provides a range of accommodation, care and support for almost 17,700 older people nationwide.