We have assisted with every kind of wild flower project on all soil types from a few square metres to 600 acres around Stonehenge. Flagship projects have included 80 acres at Magdalen Hill Down, a Butterfly Conservation Nature Reserve, creating and enhancing 200 acres for the Earth Trust and creating a 10 acre meadow for the Oxford Botanic Gardens Arboretum. More recently, nearly 100 acres has been created in the Hambleden Valley east of Henley for multiple owners.
Landscape restoration projects include a 100 acre corn prairie which was turned into 2 wildflower meadows, 9 fields with hedges, several copses, a pond and a green lane modelled on the original medieval landscape and restoring a 500 acre arable farm devoid of wildlife habitat to a patchwork of woodland, hedgerows and species rich grassland.
Increasingly the requirement is for wildflowers plus other features which encourage wildlife, thus ponds, scrub and a form of re wilding can all be on the agenda.