All Gardens Great and Small
Quality Landscape Gardeners in Mid Sussex and beyond. Established in 1983.
Call Ian on 01273 890747, 01444 848177 or 07973 865850. Email on iansalmon@gmail.com

Its now November 2015 and we have been fitting in several day jobs, tidying up for winter! One of our ongoing jobs is to look after the Driving Test Centre in Crawley. The centre is surrounded by trees, with the winds a lot of leaves have to be collected up. Yes it makes a change from paving and walling all day. As landscapers we are very versatile.

The phone has been ringing and we have potential new jobs to see near Battle, Tonbridge and Horsham. We do cover a good 20miles from our base in Mid Sussex

I write this in October 2015 after just finishing a small patio and sleeper retaining wall in Burgess Hill. Previous to that was a Marshalls keyblock drive in Sadlers Close, Burgess Hill and a Drivesett Savanna Block drive in Marlborough drive.

We also fitted in a crazy paved drive extension in Burgess Hill and some Fencing in Cuckfield. Previous to that we were in Newick completing an Indian stone frontage and a reinforced concrete drive! Several other fence repairs and a whole rear garden design in West Hoathly and a large garden project in Hove.

We cover quite and area and our works are very varied. I will try and put up a few on this new site...

Early Summer 2012 job completed in Waldron. These works were started in Spring 2012 for the local garden designer Juliet Sargeant. Juliet supplied the plans and scope of works which we priced for and the customer accepted early in 2012. We split the works into 2 stages. The lower garden including a large pergola and associated terracing the later the large upper terrace and major steps and walling.

During this project we had all types of weather thrown at us! Glorious sushine as its a South facing..plus the heavy rain. I couldnt help but notice the abundance of wildlife, the birds in full voice, plus the sudden pretty regular visits by the forces helicopters arriving in the farm behind.

Fuller diary is currently on our old site, this will be transferred here shortly.