To convert a large grass area into a safe, very colourful yet low maintenance garden that could be enjoyed by the children & their families of all ages & abilities including wheel chair access.
It was a real honour to build this garden for the children & families of the Forget Me Not Children’s garden for whom it is so important. Working alongside the ‘Green Fingers’ charity & a local garden designer we built an extensive network of curved pathways enticing you through lawns & a colourful wildflower meadows as you walk round the garden.
The paths naturally lead you to surprise features along the way including a bespoke water feature with inserted pebble design & wheel chair access across it. A circular paved seating area gives a meeting place for people to sit together surrounded by a curved rose arch covered in scented roses & tall grasses that rustle & wave in the wind.
5 grass mounds were built where children can play safely & enjoy an elevated view of the garden.
This is the most significant garden we have ever built providing a special place for all who need it.
Emma Hanford – Greenfingers CharityView All