Child Friendly Garden Transformation


Today was another really fabulous transformation process as you can see from the photo’s below – Mr & Mrs Neilsen contacted us for some advice on how to make their back garden useable yet aesthetically pleasing and safe for their now toddling little girl. The photograph below shows how the garden looked before we started….

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The garden has a lovely decked area, perfect for enjoying those balmy summers evenings barbecuing with friends – and when they first did their garden and utilised the decorative stones looked quite stunning in stark contrast to the rest of the garden but over time the stones get displaced and dirty and the whole garden starts to look somewhat messy.

Mr Neilsen works offshore for long spells at a time and has very little time to tend his garden. Mrs Neilsen has her hands full looking after their young daughter so has little time to tend the garden either. They wanted a garden which was still of a low maintenance nature yet safe for their daughter to play in. We were asked if we could cover the existing area with our artificial grass – which of course we could and the rest is merely history – the photo below shows the transformation and really makes this garden stand out. Ultra low maintenance, child friendly and aesthetically pleasing – that’s what we would definitely term as a truly Unreal Garden….

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Could your garden benefit from a Unreal transformation? Contact Us on 01472 349700 for more details and to see how we can help you. You can also see more of our recent projects on our Unreal Gardens Facebook Page here: Unreal Gardens or visit our website at http://www.unrealgardens.co.uk.

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