Eco Bug Hotels

The pressure on our wildlife is ever relenting and the commercial solutions, namely twee looking nesting boxes sold by garden centres across the country, don’t quite hit the spot. So we came up with our own solution.

By upcycling redundant pallets with a variety of construction leftovers, these stylish eco bug hotels can be created from natural waste.

Dress with a drought tolerant sedum roof, hollow out to double as leaf composters, and build bird boxes in the eaves to create a sustainable, eco friendly feature without a penny being spent at the garden centre. Pressure treat the pallets and the hotels will provide a home for stag beetles, lace wings, hedgehogs and slow worms for years to come.

We are now making these wonderful bug hotels for many of our clients. Interested? If you’d like your own bespoke Eco bug hotel please do get in touch.

read our latest newsletter 2019/ 2020

Newsletter 2019/ 2020

From our latest garden transformations, to Chelsea news and employee boxing matches, our latest newsletter is an eclectic read…

read our comprehensive design guide

An incredibly visual guide to garden design showing illustrative masterplans, sketches, 3D visualisations, lighting plans and more…

Have you seen our eco bug hotels?

We are now making these wonderful bug hotels for many of our clients. Interested? Think you might like your own bespoke bug hotel?

GDC in the media

We’ve been lucky enough to have several of our projects featured in the media. To read some of these articles visit our media page.

Homes & Gardens

Homes and Gardens featured our longest running project in this six page spread. et high up in the Chilterns. The 6 acre site is set in one of the highest spots in the chilterns… read the article.

Our oldest project, this garden is just stunning and so well maintained by the clients who have looked after it so well. Small wonder then it was featured in Homes and Gardens… read the article.

Homes & Gardens

Our oldest project, this garden is just stunning and so well maintained by the clients who have looked after it so well. Small wonder then it was featured in Homes and Gardens… read the article.

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