About Ace Garden Services

Operating across South Devon

We are now taking on more regular gardening maintenance work for 2021. As long as social distancing is possible.

Designed, constructed and planted.

 

  With over twenty years of horticulture and landscaping experience, Ace Garden Services has much to offer you and your garden. We offer basic garden maintenance on a regular basis as well as garden development.     

 

Where we operate: 

  • Torquay
  • Kingswear
  • Broadhempstone
  • Paignton
  • Ashburton
  • Brixham
  • Totnes 

For enquires bordering or outside these areas, please contact us

Garden maintenance and hedge cutting with a small amount of landscaping

Bulb planting

Who are we?

 

A team, basically here to provide

all the skills and knowledge to give you

a trouble free garden. We create and maintain beautiful gardens.                                                                                   

 

A nice selection of tulips in a front garden next to a large green very close to the sea at Meadfoot beach. The garden is also full of blue bells and is very much enjoyed by those on the green.

Grass cutting and maintenance

The pruning and care of the roses has produced a lovely summer display. 

This steep bank allows the planting scheme to be seen from the house lower down the sloping garden. It also enabled us to create a small level lawn area above it, with views down the valley.    

These giant Echiums have been pruned to keep the flower spikes low as this helps to prevent them from being blow over in windy gardens. They look a bit like deep sea monsters. The bees just love the flowers.    

A hidden archway leading to the secret garden as long, as you can find the secret path.

Designing this area for the hotel guests meant that it had to have some interest throughout the year. Ornamental grasses were added later on, which added a lot during the winter months.

 See the photo' below. 

Winter design. The ornamental grasses and the New Zealand Flax and the Palms with their dark red leaves and the snow drift up against the grasses went well with the mulled wine.