Bestall & Co Landscape Design
Review by Lynn Hoskin:Lee has designed a beautiful garden for us, he made the design process easy asking lots of questions to understand how we use the garden and what we wanted to achieve. We are delighted with the result...
Review by Carl Hardman Jones:We first contacted Bestall & Co. because we have been renovated our house for the last 8 years (a big project!) and the original garden had been demolished by builders diggers etc, while the structura...
Review by Ella Robinson:We are delighted with Lee's garden. It's beautiful and functional . Also it's almost maintenance free. We could not have asked for more . The teams that worked on our garden were the most friendly , ...
Review by Gemma Hyland:I can't recommend Bestall & Co. enough - a completely professional service from start to finish. Lee listened to our ideas and provided some great suggestions when we were unsure of what we wanted. I ...
Review by S J Howe:From the design consultation through to the hard landscaping and planting this project was superbly carried out. Lee quickly understood our requirements and came up with an inspired design for the wh...
Review by Robert Sexton:Many thanks to Lee and his team for a fantastic job. We went to them with a disparate wish list of half-formed ideas from which they have created an original, attractive and functional space that adds...
Review by Louise Marples:The service provided was excellent from the start of the whole process. The experience and expertise really helped us redesign the whole garden. The plant choices that were recommended have proven to ...
Commented: Love the fencingHi, thank you for your kind comments. It is wood, tongue and groove and the colour is Cuprinol 'urban slate'
May 6, 2018
Commented: type of grassy plant?Hi Mags131, this plant is called Hakonechloa macra.
November 26, 2017
Commented: Garden designers - what services can they help me with?http://bestall.co
January 31, 2017 in Design Dilemma
Commented: What are the 3 cone shaped evergreens in the grassy area?Buxus sempervirens and yes with light trimming they are easy to maintain and put on little growth
August 3, 2016
Commented: Best plants to hide railway wall and to add kerb appealHave u considered perhaps planting tall bamboo in planters to cover the wall? also trellis with climbers is also a good idea!
June 23, 2015 in Design Dilemma