‘Your own space, exactly how you want it.’

John Clarke Landscaping and Gardens provides bespoke garden design and build, all styes of patios, composite decking, soft-landscaping (planting), general garden maintenance and advice. 

With a passion for design, a meticulous attention to detail, and a professional approach whatever the project in hand, you won’t be disappointed with the results. 

Please take a look below for examples of my work, and contact me on for further details. References are available on request and you can also link to my Facebook page here.

2022 has been a good year so far. I’m in process of updating this page with this years exciting projects. In the meantime, please look at my facebook page which gives an ongoing look at what’s happening with John Clarke Landscaping and Gardens.

> Based on the ‘Golden Ratio’ this design reshapes the grass area, incorporates a wooden retaining wall to remove the slope, adds in porcelain paths, and includes a planting scheme of Acers, Bamboo, Phormium, with a central Magnolia tree.

> Part 1 of a 2 part project, this design includes a ‘floating’ 3m x 3m European oak frame set with porcelain tiles, a double-step inlayed with reclaimed Victorian bricks, and a blue brick path to shed.

> Part 2 of a 2 part project, this design includes a composite decking area built to accommodate height restrictions and drain access, plus an oak sleeper seat.

> This design consists of a 30m2 patio, built to match an existing internal tile pattern, allowing a flow from inside the house through to the garden.

> These are examples of hedge cutting / topiary / clearance / general garden maintenance work.

> This project was part redesign and part repair. A new patio was built and decking and balustrades repaired to improve the aesthetics and usable space.

> This design was to create a usable area within this courtyard using staggered Indian Stone pavers and a simple raised bed using wooden sleepers.

> This project was to lift and relay reclaimed Victorian blue bricks forming a gentle sloping path to a new seating area.

> This design was to create a 5m x 5m low maintenance space by clearing the garden, exposing the brick pillars, building a wooden retaining wall, and adding in decorative gravel.

> This project was to clear an existing patio, extend the area, and lay with new pavers creating two separate spaces joined by a path.

> This project was to clear and extend an existing path using reclaimed York Stone, making it suitable for vehicle parking.

> This project was to bring in ten tonnes of soil and sand, level the area, improve the patio, and prepare the ground for reseeding.

> This project was to clear rough ground, bring in ten tonnes of top soil to improve the quality and level of the garden, and build a simple 3m x 3m patio area.

> This design was to create a maintenance free garden by clearing the area, building 3 sides of edging stones, levelling and adding in decorative gravel.

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