Darwin Ecology Ltd has implemented two phases of wildlife enhancement landscaping schemes to transform the company's recreational field space into a wildlife haven. Wildflower meadow turf, deadwood habitat piles, tree and shrub planting, and the creation of a large wildlife pond will undoubtedly attract an array of wildlife and give a fantastic display of wildflowers for the staff to enjoy throughout the year. This type of eco-planting scheme looks great, is fantastic for wildlife and has the added benefit of significantly increasing a scheme's potential to score highly in the BREEAM assessment criteria.
The project was a welcome change from traditional landscaping schemes and gave the whole company a lift and feel good factor of giving something back to the little things in life. After the success of the first phase of works we have been invited back to re landscape the grounds around a new car parking area and overflow offices. Native and wildlife beneficial plants have been used to create ornamental beds set amongst areas of stunning wildflower meadows, native trees and hedging to create a scheme that will boost the wildlife potential whilst looking good. Landscape design and planting plans are carefully composed by our associated landscape architect Svend Rumbold of Rumbold-Ayres. For more information on our projects or services we offer, get in touch
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