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Unreal Gardens

Unreal Gardens

Unreal Gardens is the service and retail division of Unreal Solutions Ltd - a portfolio of businesses in niche and specialist markets specialising in a wide and

A recent play garden for a Lincoln based childminder completed by Unreal Gardens...

Artificial Hedges by Unreal Solutions outside a well known North East Lincolnshire hotel...

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Another lovely Artificial Lawn transformation by the Unreal Gardens team completed recently...

What a fab idea for all those broken plant pots - and what fun for the children to do too :)

Another image of the completed childminders play garden in Lincoln....

Completed play garden transformation for a Lincoln Child Minder

Before picture of a muddy Lincoln Child Minders Play Garden...

Before and after images of a Lincoln Unreal Gardens Nursery play garden....

GAP Photos - Garden & Plant Picture Library - Curved path of reused railway sleepers and gravel - 'The Inside Out Garden', Silver Award Winner - Malvern Spring Show 2010 - GAP Photos - Specialising in horticultural photography

Railway sleepers used for garden decking - nice detail

York stone paving

I want to design a whole studio around this window

I & J Bannerman Gothic Monastic Garden

Garden hidden behind the frame

Chelsea Flower Show - Jubilee Tower - a folly made from reclaimed brick and aged stone - handmade in Somerset by Redwood Stone - £4,995 - (A folly is a building constructed primarily for decoration, but suggesting by its appearance some other purpose. Popular in 18th century English & French gardens.

Gothic Outdoor Garden Mirror (Small)

Ripley Reclaim - Antiques & Bygones for the garden

Nicolock Outdoor Kitchen and Grill - contemporary - patio - new york - by Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls

York stone paving

Paving | Marshalls Paving Ranges - Paving

Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Awesome for front yard