Main area Founded in 1950 as maintainers of Oxford College gardens, family-run landscape garden design business, Redcliffe Gardeners, today operates over a 25 mile radius from premises in Bashley, New Milton in Hampshire.
Redcliffe carry out all aspects of landscape garden design, construction and maintenance, from a small job to a complete project, including turfing, block-paving, tarmac drives, patios, fencing, walling, water gardens, tree work, planting and supplying trees & shrubs.
landscape gardening project in lilliput, dorset
An intuitive design based around the use of honed indian standstone and artificial grass
Complete Garden design and construction project in Verwood Dorset
A 'neat' little project, close to Mudeford quay. Limited on space, the brief was to create an easy to maintain garden, that looked smart all year round...
An interesting but tricky project, with limited access - and a lot of earth to move/remove!
Dorset Landscaping project to a new build house with 'awkward' spaces, requiring a redesigned front garden and driveway. A complete design through to build and planting project...
A rear garden design and construction project for a prestigious property along panorama road, dorset
A full front and rear garden design and build project on a 'new build' property along the Sandbanks Peninsula.
From an extremely waterlogged garden area to a practical and unique entertaining area...
Extend the capabilities for hosting dinner parties and outdoor events during the spring and summer months of the year with views across to the Isle of Wight
A safe play haven was the main objective behind the design for this large Garden project in Verwood. The use of Artificial grass was used to create these pay areas but at the same time, sandstone was Incorporated to produce a high end design with entertaining in mind for the whole family.
Redcliffe Gardeners are experienced experts in the initial design process through to construction. This garden design project in Bournemouth was designed to suit modern living without the need for constant maintenance.