Wildlife Garden Design Shrivenham, Oxfordshire

Wildlife Garden Design

The client wanted wildlife garden design that included a natural meandering stream.  The stream was constructed using Glacial boulders shipped in from Scotland.  Glacial boulders have a smooth finish and Scottish pebbles and cobbles were added.  The stream was nestled in a wildflower meadow.  Ray sent me photos of the meadows progress through the seasons from small fresh green growth into a fully flowering meadow buzzing with insects.  Around the meadow naturalistic planting gave additional interest and native trees added to the natural feel.  A step stone path meandered through the meadow and a rustic bench was placed to view the garden and the visiting wildlife.     

Jill, I am very pleased with the total transformation of what was a mud patch full of weeds into something of beauty.  The team have worked hard to create a wonderful space.  It is now pretty much what I had in my mind when we first discussed the project but the reality is more pleasing than I anticipated.  I am now looking forward to seeing the planting when it has had time to establish and develop.  It is already a place of joy and relaxation instead of the headache it was before.  I promise I will look after it and may contact you in the future for some advice.

Best regards Ray