Landscape Contractor

Landscapers in York.

A landscape gardener is a professional who designs, creates, and maintains outdoor spaces such as gardens, parks, public areas, and private properties.

They work with clients to develop plans that take into account the natural environment, the clients’ preferences, and the intended use of the space.

Landscape gardeners typically have training in horticulture, landscape design, and construction, and may work on a variety of projects ranging from small residential gardens to large commercial landscapes.

One of the primary roles of a landscape gardener is to design and plan outdoor spaces. They work with clients to understand their needs and preferences, as well as the specific challenges and opportunities presented by the site. 

This may include considerations such as the climate, soil quality, sun exposure, drainage, and existing vegetation. 

Landscape gardeners may use a variety of tools and techniques to create design plans, including computer-aided design (CAD) software, hand-drawn sketches, and 3D models.

We offer the following services

How we work as landscapers in York.

Once a design plan has been agreed upon, the landscape gardener will begin the process of creating the outdoor space. 

This may involve a range of tasks, such as planting new vegetation, constructing hardscape features such as paths and walls, installing irrigation systems, and laying down turf or other ground cover. 

Landscape gardeners must have a solid understanding of horticulture and plant care in order to select appropriate vegetation and ensure that it thrives in the chosen location. 

They must also have knowledge of construction techniques in order to create durable and functional hardscape features that complement the surrounding environment.

In addition to designing and building outdoor spaces, landscape gardeners are responsible for maintaining them. 

This may include tasks such as pruning, watering, fertilizing, and pest control for vegetation, as well as repairing and replacing hardscape features as needed. 

Landscape gardeners must also be able to identify and address issues such as erosion, drainage problems, and invasive species that can negatively impact the health and appearance of the outdoor space.

Communication skills are also important for landscape gardeners, as they must be able to work closely with clients to understand their needs and preferences, and effectively communicate design ideas and plans. 

They must also be able to work effectively with other professionals, such as architects, engineers, and contractors, to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget


Some of our Landscaping contract work

A small selection of some of our work previously undertaken for a variety of clients and jobs