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All Gardens Great and Small

Quality Mid Sussex Landscape Gardeners. Established in 1983.

Call us on 01273 890747, 01444 848177 or 07973 865850. Email on allgardens@gmail.com

Below will be assorted links to various projects we have completed over the last few years! By clicking on the links you can find fuller details of each project. Some of the projects I show are from a few years back. But I still enjoy looking at them! Some more recent photos and projects get posted on instagram and facebook. But often we are so busy creating that I forget to photograph and post!

A complete front garden transformation in Tonbridge, Kent in 2018. Much dug out, new retaining walling and lovely brick/block driveway. We even planted a new mature hedge!

A complete front garden including Olde English Self Compacting Cotswall gravel drive, turfing, brick arch, FLB stock walling, patio and rear garden makeover in Keymer, Hassocks in 2018

A complete rear garden makeover in Hurstpierpoint using Raj Indian stone flagstones plus stock brickwork, plus infilling of central drive strip finished in Jan 2018.

January 2017 a complete rear garden makeover in Hangleton. Terracing, considerable Indian paving, FLB walling and turfung with Sovereign Regal turf.

December 2017, a lovely rear garden patio and walling in Crowborough. This involved considerable walling and several sets of steps..

A Tobermore Shannon block driveway completed in September 2012 in Newick, East Sussexa>

A large simple pergola and a wonderful large patio in Indian stone with integral steps in Waldron, Near Heathfield Spring 2012

Farm Close, East Grinstead. A lot of preparation! New retaining brick/block walls, large high set of steps and a mixed Raj stone patio Spring 2012

Portland Road, East Grinstead. A large project involving over 200 railway sleepers, RSJ's to retain, seeding, fencing and stock brick walling by Peter and Wes

A Double skin FLB brick 2m high wall with new Driveway using Euromin Rumblestone paving blocks in Hurstpierpoint, needed about 40m³ out and away, March 2011