1. Chelsea Flow Show 2019 – The Montessori Centenary Children’s Garden

    In 2019, Jody designed the Montessori garden; in collaboration with the UK’s leading charity for Montessori education, Montessori St Nicholas. 2019 marked 100 years since Maria Montessori first bought her pioneering teaching methods to the UK, and the garden design brief aimed to reflect the fundamental principles that lie at the heart of her child-centric […]

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  2. Chelsea Flower Show 2019 – The Wedgwood Garden

    In its 260th year, the Wedgwood Garden references Etruria, the Staffordshire village that Josiah Wedgwood built for his workers. The garden, designed by Jo Thompson, reflects the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of the Wedgwood founder and combines classical motifs and designs in a contemporary form. Water unifies the garden and moves throughout the space with […]

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  3. Chelsea Flower Show 2019 – The Harmonious Garden of Life

    How can gardens help regenerate our ecosystem in response to global warming, pollution and depletion of resources? This garden, designed by Laurélie de la Salle, encourages positive interactions between the four kingdoms (minerals, vegetables, animals and humans). The four elements (air, earth, water and fire) to create balance in joint synergy for our environment. The […]

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  4. Water Feature, Cambridge University Botanic Garden

    We were delighted to be involved with the water garden at Cambridge University Botanic Garden. “Supporting leading scientific research and welcoming 300,000 visitors a year Cambridge University Botanic Garden is one of the largest university -owned botanic gardens in the world. The gardens living plant collection of over 8,000 is spread across 40 acres of […]

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  5. Sleeper Pond, Kings Langley

    This sleeper pond was a simple, but elegant construction. We used a half underground and half raised design with a built-in planting shelf. The pond was lined with an EPDM liner alongside soft wood sleepers, and capped with decking wood in the same colour. The decking wood was also used to create a bespoke filter […]

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  6. Wildlife Pond Renovation, Bishop’s Stortford

    This wildlife pond was in a bad state of repair when our clients bought their new house, keen to have somewhere to house their own fish, and bring the wildlife back to the garden the pond had to undergo a transformation. The existing pond was massively overgrown, and the liner no-longer held water as plant […]

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  7. Lake Construction in Alton

    There was originally a small unkept pond, where the lake at this manor house now sits, not at all in keeping with the beautiful 300 acre landscaped grounds. The new owner of the manor house was having the whole house overhauled and was keen to have a large water area to view across the lawn, […]

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  8. Sleeper Pond Construction in Suffolk

    Our clients where due to move house from Hertfordshire to Suffolk, they had a number of large Koi that they wanted to move with them, but the house in Suffolk did not have a pond in the garden. One call to Aquamaintenance and all the problems were solved, we collected the fish from their old […]

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  9. Waterfall Construction in Hertfordshire

    We were contacted by our client who wanted help constructing a waterfall on their existing pond. The clients supplied the rocks that they wanted to use and we supplied the liner and underlay and a little design flare. The water was redirected from the filter from the pond to the top of the waterfall, creating […]

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  10. Small Pond Reline in Codicote Hertfordshire

    This small pond had a few problems, it had become overgrown, it had a big duck weed problem, and no longer held water. The pond was completely striped out, it was found that the liner had deteriorated and that was why it was losing water. The plants were removed and replaced to rid the pond […]

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