Not that we’re bragging but we seem to be rubbing shoulders with some very influential people these days. For example, we have been especially pleased to be supplying award-winning garden designer Tom Stuart-Smith with around 5,000m² of our wildflower turf to complement two of his major new projects.
Some of our projects have left us quite breathless, either because of their grandeur, location or their complexity. We can’t forget HPR Partnership who masterminded the new themed area at Paultons Park; Peppa Pig World, which sports a huge green roof and was subsequently built by BBS Roofing. It is a breathtaking design that we reported on earlier in the year. Neither can we forget East Midlands Landscapes for the New Sainsbury’s Eco garden at Dursley – Bee-autiful! Of course if we were counting there’d also be Eco-Roofing for the Tring Dance School roof on the Rothschild Estate and Sky-garden Green Roofs for Buckfast Abbey.
There have been small projects too, some just as stunning, such as award-winning designers show gardens for Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park as well as various wildlife gardens for Primary Schools around the country.
Then there’s the excitement of the 2012 Olympics projects:
- Kinnear Landscape Architects – a returning client – who specified our wildflower roof turf for a roof within the Olympic Athletes Village
- Vogt Landscape Ltd who are in discussions with us for a bespoke wildflower seed mix for an area to be landscaped as designed by Biodiversity by Design.
And on a more theatrical note we’ve provided wildflower turf to various shows for the Apollo Theatre, Royal Court Theatre and the Old Vic. whilst film sets for various movies have also provided a steady stream of orders. Films such as the latest Harry Potter movie ” Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” (one of several that have used our turf we might add), Steven Spielberg’s “Warhorse” and Kevin MacDonald’s “The Eagle” (of the Ninth).
Wow! Who wouldn’t be impressed? We’re quite Star Struck by it all!