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Browse testimonials, review before and after photos and view additional information - all from one place. With all the information you need to make an informed decision, choosing the right landscaping expert near you is a piece of cake. Once you’ve found your match, all that’s left to do is seal the deal!

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Give your home a makeover by hiring a landscaper to transform your patio, garden and courtyard. Whether you are looking to revamp a small garden or undertake a large landscaping project, we’ll find you a range of local landscapers to transform your property with colours, plants and landscaping.

How much does Landscaping cost?

On average, a Garden Landscaper will charge about £20 -£25 per hour. Although, this is variable depending on different factors, such as the location and the size of the garden.

If you’re ready to find the best Landscape Gardeners but you need a clearer idea on price, then read our handy Landscaping price guide. You’ll find out just how much your local Landscaper will charge by the hour and what landscape gardening typically covers.

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How much does Landscaping cost?

This will vary according to the work that is needed. Prices will increase according to the size and type of landscaping you choose.

Most gardeners will have a minimum charge of usually two to three hours for smaller jobs.

What should I look for in Landscaping professional?

Before you choose a landscaping professional, you could take a look for qualifications and memberships from the Association of Professional Landscaper (APL) and Government Trustmark. Garden designers hold garden design diplomas from a number of different educational establishments such as the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).

Before choosing a professional, you may also want to ask for examples of past work, which could include images of different types of landscaping that they have installed in the past. You could also look at their profile page on Bark, and Bark can show you fence and gate installation reviews from past customers too, as well as examples of work that they have completed. This might also help you get some ideas about the types of landscaping you are looking for your property.

How long does it take to Landscape my garden?

Basic landscape installation takes about one to two weeks to complete. More in-depth work such as levelling, compacting and large hardscapes may take two to three weeks.

Do I need planning permission to undertake to Landscaping?

Planning permission is not needed for most gardening and landscaping work. It's important to be aware of the rules and regulations though.

For listed buildings and in conservation areas, you may need permission to remove and install hard landscaping.

If you want to put up small detached buildings such as a garden shed or summerhouse in your back garden, building regulations will not normally apply if the floor area of the building is less than 15m² and doesn’t contain sleeping accommodation.

Why should I hire a Landscaper?

There are a number of benefits to landscaping your property which includes:

  • Boosting the value of your home – Landscaping is a great return on its investment and can increase the value of your home by as much as 10 per cent.
  • Giving you an artistic vision – Landscapers are great at coming up with new ideas to transform your bland garden into a place of beauty which you can relax and enjoy.
  • Plant experts – Landscapers also know how to properly take care of plants and trees. They will choose plants that are well adapted to the local weather conditions.
  • Undertaking the hard work – A professional landscaper will be able to lay the patio, decking or turf without you having to do lots of hard work.
  • Ongoing maintenance – As well as installing a new garden, landscapers can maintain the area on your behalf after it’s been completed.
  • Utilising modern tools – Landscapers use technologically advanced gardening tools and equipment that is more reliable and effective in clearing unwanted plants and thickets. These advanced tools will save time and money in the long run.

What are the different types of Landscaping available?

Your trusted Bark professional landscaper can offer a range of services. These include:

  • Laying patios – Patios are the perfect addition to any garden which will give you an area of extra space for your home.
  • Removing patios and replacing with lawn – A new lawn can look very attractive in your garden especially if your paving stones are old and cracking.
  • Installing decking – Timber decking is hard-wearing and has a long lifespan. A deck is also a practical choice for outdoor seating as it supports heavy weights easily without any damage.
  • Constructing raised vegetable beds – It’s a good idea to have some raised beds if you are growing vegetables.
  • Building a rockery – Small rockeries have actually become popular again due to the beautiful modern plant varieties on offer.
  • Building a shingle path – Shingle paths are quite easily laid and should be fairly inexpensive to build.
  • Building a garden pond – A small pond is a must-have for any wildlife enthusiast. There’s quite a lot of effort involved in digging out a pond so a landscaper is the perfect professional to help out.
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Garden & Ground

Your Garden is an Asset. We offer a range of creating landscaping and gardening services throughout Greater Glasgow and beyond to help you invest in your home. Our team at Garden & Ground pride ourselves on offering a high quality finish, with our most popular service becoming our creative landscaping design & build offering. Launched by Euan who brings over a decade of construction expertise, we are here to support your vision and are keen to take on bespoke garden projects.

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What do you love most about your job?

The best moment for us is at the end of the job, when our work brings a smile to our clients' faces and lets them take pride in their garden.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Having a successful background in construction, I wanted to build a company who could offer homeowners the basics from grass cutting at affordable rates, yet the expertise to deliver on larger scale landscaping projects aswell.

Why should our clients choose you?

It can be hard to find a gardening & landscaping company you can trust with your home.

Our goal is to build a trusted relationships with our clients over the long term, and with a lot of our business coming from recommendations, both Euan and the team want the opportunity to show you why Garden & Ground should be the first name you think of.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

We have the capability to provide your with bespoke landscaping designs which can be shared via e-mail after our site visit to take photos and measurements.

When it comes to gardening services, we prefer working remotely and could give you an estimate after receiving a few photos/videos and answering a few questions.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

When it comes to providing estimates, we aim to do this remotely through messages, videos and photos. to limit contact for our clients' safety.

Euan and the team at Garden & Ground are regularly briefed on Covid-19 safety measures that can be introduced and on a daily basis carry out self-checks.

We always have to hand the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as facemarks, gloves and hand sanitiser should we ever need to pass through your home to the back garden.

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If you’re confused about what landscaping actually is, you’re not alone! It’s easy to get it confused with gardening, gardening clearance, and garden design - all of which do overlapping things. To set the record straight, landscaping is the purpose of making a garden more attractive by changing the current design, adding different elements and features, and planting greenery such as plants, flowers, and trees.

While the work of both a gardener and landscaper certainly overlap, a gardener is more focused on maintaining the health and wellbeing of a garden by pruning, mowing, and keeping an eye on harmful pests. A landscaper is less interested in maintenance and more interested in transforming the look and shape of a garden to make it more attractive. The work of a landscaper includes building work such as patios and driveways (hard landscaping), as well as adding decorative features such as greenery and flowers (soft landscaping).

Gravel gardens are famously low-maintenance and require far less water than a standard garden. This also means that you need to be wise with the plants you choose to adorn your gravel garden. Always opt for plants that are drought-tolerant and that thrive in dry conditions. These are the likes of Euphorbias, Phlomis, and Lavender to name just a few.

If you’re a newbie to the world of garden design then you might be wondering what on earth the difference between hard landscaping and soft landscaping is! It’s actually very simple - hard landscaping includes every ‘hard’ object that makes up your garden, including bricks, stone, gravel. In contrast, soft landscaping is any ‘soft’ aspect of your garden, typically living elements like flowers, trees, grass etc. The ideal garden landscape will incorporate a healthy balance between the two elements to create an environment that is practical and comfortable, yet at one with nature. Think of it this way - hard landscaping is like the foundation and structure of a building, whereas soft landscaping is the decor and furnishings that make it look good.

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