Should the grass always be the last job when landscaping?
Should the grass always be the last job when landscaping? Most of the time the answer to this question is yes however there are a few exceptions to this rule. Here we show you one of these exceptions from this landscape garden project we did in Blackfen, London.
New decking had been put in at the back of the house. It was a metre and a half above the level of the garden and currently had no steps going down to it. (Steps were to be built later on). The only access currently available to the garden where we could bring our aggregates and grass in was through the far end of the garden. The owners were looking to build a summer house here so now was a good time for us to come in and do our work whilst there was still some form of access.
This job required over 15 tonnes of Type 1 to provide good foundations for the grass.
We fitted the popular Outfield artificial grass as this product is particularly suited to those with young families because of its softness and recoverability.