Landform News

How to Use Sculpture in the Garden

There are many different ways to use a piece of sculpture in a garden. In a country garden we might incorporate pathways or an avenue of trees within the design... more »

Inaugural Ascot Spring Garden Show

This week Ascot Racecourse unveiled six show garden designs that will be on display at it’s inaugural Ascot Spring Garden Show in April 2018. Catherine MacDonald, our lead designer, has... more »

A Day in the Life: Alex Marsh, Maintenance Manager

Winter days are shorter than summer ones, and whilst they offer a change of pace for some, for Alex, our maintenance manager, they are a chance to reassess and take... more »

Phew – Charity Challenges Completed!

September has been a month of charity challenges for the Landform team. They got dirty and sweaty for a good cause.  Between them Mark, Catherine, Kate and Rhiannon have raised... more »

Go Nuts and Three Peakers Ride Again!

People might say – all we do is design, build and maintain gardens, but those of you who follow our blog know that we are extremely active, sporty and good at... more »

Landform Outdoor Pursuits Part 2: The Dragon Boat Club Crew World Championships

Our Landform team have many impressive “extra-curricular” skills and hobbies. They’ve run marathons, they’ve done the 3 Peaks Challenge, they’ve been on endurance runs in the Alps – but one... more »

The John Lewis Rain Garden

Exciting things are afoot in London Victoria! Today is the launch of the John Lewis Rain Garden. This innovative use of a formerly cobbled area in front of the John... more »

APL Awards – Supreme Award & Best in Category

On Friday 13th 2015, it was the APL Awards. Friday 13th is unlucky for some, but not for Landform on this occasion! We won the Supreme Award & Best in... more »

Ed’s finished garden!

Our foreman Ed has been busy! Not only has his site played host to the world presidents of Makita recently, but he’s just about finished the Robert Myer’s garden in... more »

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