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Landscape Gardening

Martin Gordon Landscapes Ltd works to the highest standard from start to finish, whether a full garden design is constructed, or smaller individual elements are built, such as patios, fencing, ponds and pergolas, paths, and raised beds. We can also provide landscape gardening solutions for special needs, such as disabled access, sensory gardens and low maintenance gardens, even gardens planted to deter intruders! We have a diverse portfolio, which we would like to show you, and we also love to explore new ideas.

We only use the best quality materials and source locally where possible.

Our dedication to landscape gardening has been rewarded with a BALI accreditation, and has a loyal group of satisfied customers.

Martin Gordon Landscapes offer something that is unique: the perfect marriage between garden design and landscape construction. Whether you need us to execute your own landscape gardening design, or ask us to design the area for you, we are happy to work with you.

So why not look at Our Portfolio, browse our services and contact us for a no-obligation chat about your requirements? We guarantee you’ll be on your way to a beautiful landscaped garden.


Martin Gordon Landscapes Ltd is careful that its involvement in projects reduces harmful impact on the environment wherever possible. Measures are taken to ensure that materials are recycled or composted if feasible, and that additional services and companies used are legislation compliant.


Hard Landscaping

Hard landscaping is the backbone of your garden – it can include paths, driveways, garden walls and patios, arches, pergolas, arbours and gazebos, raised beds and water features as well as lighting and artistic touches that are built in.


Soft Landscaping

The soft landscaping is the planting scheme. It takes knowledge and experience to plant a garden that will look good all year round.

It’s time to plant once the hard landscaping is done. This is where so many people have problems, and even experienced gardeners can find that a plant fails to thrive, or becomes a bully and swamps more delicate specimens. But most experienced gardeners only occasionally plant a garden from scratch.