Garden plants, planting and planting design are the key elements in any garden or landscaping project, helping to be bring together all of the other elements within the garden, adding colour, texture, height, different habitats for wildlife, softening of hard structures and even sound.

Different aspects, soil types and uses can influence the correct choice of plants. Whether you are planting up yourself or require a helping hand with a planting project, MDB Landscapes can offer a wealth of knowledge to assist you in creating the correct planting scheme for your landscaping project or for an individual planting design.

MDB Landscapes also supply and plant instant hedging of any size for boundary lines or as part of larger planting project. We can also offer our customers the opportunity to buy larger more mature plants, trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, climbing plants and those rarer difficault to find plants at competitive prices. Plants sourced and supplied direct to our customers combined with a planting service if required.

For garden plants, our garden planting service or the supply of plants please contact us.

The planting design for this garden in Fleet, Hampshire combined the clients aspirations for interest from early spring through to late autumn. Planting included a mixture of semi mature shrubs, climbing plants, herbaceous plants and ground cover planting.

The planting scheme was designed to provide almost full ground cover within a few growing seasons.

The main remit here was to provide an instant hedge to provide privacy within a few growing seasons along the front of this garden in Woking, Surrey. Other planting was kept simple providing summer interest with a backdrop of a shingle mulch.

The area was completed with a new lawn and the planting of a Cherry tree providing height.

A small partly shady garden in Ash Vale, Hampshire with planting in newly constructed raised timber planters, with a backdrop of a mixture of sun loving and shade tolerant climbing plants rambling over new trellis panels.

Planting choice here governed by the mixture of aspects, sunny and shady positions.

Another stage for this particlaur project in Little Bookham, Leatherhead, Surrey was the reinstablishment of a new semi mature hedge after the original mature rhododendron hedge line had to be removed to accomodate a new altered boundary fence line. After discussion a Holly hedge – Ilex aquifolium was chosen, root balled 1.80-2.00m tall.

Prep work was substantial with excavation of a trench, new EverEdge Pro edging used to define the border boundary and importation of a soil organic matter mix medium. Ilex aquifolium hedge was planted with an irrigation pipe to aid direct watering to the roots.

Wild flower turf was laid road side adjacent to the hedging with re-used water worn westmorland stone as protection against vehicle damage.

An over grown bottom area of a garden in Guildford, Surrey transformed with a mixture of part shade to shade tolerant plants, consisting of shrubs, small ornamental trees and herbaceous perennials giving seasonal interest.

The border was first cleared and cultivated through incorporating fresh organic matter. The border was edged with EverEdge Pro edging with a new pathway surround laid by a different contractor.

A long narrow garden in Fleet, Hampshire requiring planting to help soften the long fence runs. The hard landscaping here was carried out by a previous contractor after which the client contacted us to assist in the planting.

Climbers both evergreen and deciduous were trained along the fence runs via line wire, structural shrubs including Acers used for visual impact, shade tolerant planting including herbaceous perennials used along one side and other mixed planting within the more open south facing side.