There are so many amazing styles of gardens out there that it can be hard to know which you want to emulate. If you're experiencing that dilemma, prepare to think of us as your own gurus or private landscapers, as we've brought together some great suggestions for you to consider.
Whether you fancy an arty or a family-friendly garden, we've got it right here for you. Come and take a look and prepare to get in touch with your green side!
For those new to gardening as you have little to worry about!
But if not, still looks great!
Or our garden!
Just make them functional.
However big or small your space is.
Potted plants only!
And some comfortable seating.
If you like to make a style splash, such as with this green screen.
Make your garden as individual as you are.
Install some to create an artistic garden space.
Nobody ever said it isn't a legitimate garden theme.
But you can make them stunning and shut as much of the city out as you like.
No country garden would be complete without them.
If your family is your main driving force for creating a pretty space.
to make your garden stand out
TerraPave flags in Verona Ground with Slate Setts, Mile Stone in Slate (step riser) and Regal Stone walling in Cashel
Manor Stone flags in Glenarm (with Country Cobble edging in Cashel + Slate, Mile Stone walling in Slate and Regal Stone walling in Canelletto)
Plaza paving in Salt (Silver) with Pepper (Slate) edging (Mile Stone kerbs + walling in Slate, Country Cobble paving in Corrib and a Lanyon brick fireplace in Oranmore)
Aspen Stone walling in Cashel (with Bayfield walling in Canelletto and Regal Stone walling in Basalt)
Building our first home was made so much easier by the expert advice and support giving by AG
Mr Paul Pringle, Bangor