Acacia Gardens are passionate about plants and planting and lawn care as this area of horticulture is one of our core services. We are one of London’s top soft landscaping companies, and offer a wealth of knowledge and experience with planning and implementing planting schemes in urban London gardens.
Planting and lawn care for a purpose
We understand that city gardens can have multiple uses, and often need to incorporate defined areas for recreational space, child-friendly planting and ‘grow your own fruit and veg’ areas as well as flower beds and shrubbery. Our planting schemes can be devised to accommodate a range of requirements. We can help create herb gardens and areas of educational interest that will help to attract wildlife and, devise planting schemes that will keep your garden looking colourful and interesting throughout the seasons.
We welcome clients that require us to visit their gardens on a regular basis; you may be looking for inspiration or have run out of energy to keep up with your garden maintenance. We are happy to work alongside you and do the hard graft for you; we can help with keeping planted areas free of weeds and to help with the creation of new planting areas and flower beds. We are happy to advise on the most suitable times and areas of your garden to plant in. We can also advise on soil quality and if there is a requirement for fertilisers or additives. All of our planting plans are produced after consultation with the client and will take into account your desired level of maintenance. We also do Turfing and Planting work if required. Feel free to call us on 020 8800 3866 with your specific requirements.
Planting and lawn care for privacy and security
If you have a house or flat with a garden in London, you will appreciate how difficult it can be to preserve your privacy as city gardens are often close to each other. To help preserve your privacy, we can advise on attractive yet practical, cost-effective options to create a natural looking barrier. We often utilise, shrubs, Hedges, small trees and Bamboo plants which can be strategically positioned and shaped to allow light to pass through, yet still be able to act as a screen to the outside world.