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Breaking The Mold

Trying out new construction techniques in Coniston Cold
Always eager to improve quality, we thought it was time to try out some new building techniques.  Faced with twelve matching stone pillars to build, it seemed the perfect oppo… http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/breaking-mold/

Men At Work

By hand or machine we get the job done!
Starting a new job can sometimes seem overwhelming, getting the site cleared of the existing plants and structures can be hard work! luckily when things look like too much you can … http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/men-work/

Old Haunts

Revisiting an early design is always a pleasure
Being one of Kingdom Gardens debut designs this garden in Horsforth holds a special place in our hearts. After 7 years of use the garden was in need of a bit of TLC, and when asked… http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/old-haunts/

Chellow Hearts

Peace and serenity in a busy school
After being asked by Vicki Street of Chellow Hearts to design a memorial garden for the school Kingdom Gardens were happy to help, creating a vision for a relaxing space for pupils… http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/chellow-hearts/

Autumn walk at Harlow Carr

So much to enjoy at this time of year
We had a family walk at Harlow Carr near Harrogate at the weekend and there was so much to enjoy  - late summer colours still blooming and autumn hues coming into their own. … http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/autumn-walk-harlow-carr/

What to do with those fallen leaves

For a little effort you can have a free, fantastic soil improver
It's that time of year when we start reaching for the rake.  Fallen leaves left on the lawn will deny it oxygen and encourage disease and fungi growth which can be harmful fo… http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/what-do-those-fallen-leaves/

Small Garden, Big Difference

The Big change on Weetwood ave.
Not all gardens are big, but even a small and simple front garden can be improved drastically with clever design, high quality materials and skilled craftsmanship. This garden exem… http://kingdomgardens.co.uk/blog/small-garden-big-difference/