Landscaping and Maintenance Service
Welcome to our Website!
We hope you can find everything you need. Green Gardens is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will always do our very to meet your expectations!
Green Gardens specialise in Garden Maintenance, Landscaping, Fencing, Turfing and Tree Care contracts, we have two branches situated in Byfleet and Petworth where our head office is based, we serve domestic, commercial and public properties of all sizes. We pride ourselves on being reliable, hardworking and producing high quality work at a competitive price. All this has helped us to provide you, our customers, with an outstanding service.
With two separate branches Green Gardens currently cover most of Surrey and parts of Hampshire, West Sussex, Berkshire, Middlesex and South West London. If you find yourself wondering whether we cover your area, don't delay get in touch! The chances are we probably do!
Green Gardens give free no obligation quotations, we are fully insured and we operate all year round. We have smart sign written vans, with a smart, uniformed and dedicated work force. Green Gardens have acquired a wide range of professional tools since our establishment in 2004 and we only use the best tools from the best manufacturers.
Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.
We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
Thanks for visiting,
The Green Gardens Team!
Get The Kids Outside!
We Know How hard it is at the moment, especially with kids to keep occupied!
We've found a brilliant page by Gardeners World to keep them busy and out in the fresh air.
These simple garden projects are a great way to get the kids outside, entertained and away from the TV or computer screen.
All of the activities are suitable for children of primary school age, but it’s easy to tailor them to suit older or younger kids.
Little ones will need a bit of extra help and guidance, while the more grown up can be given planning and decision-making responsibilities, and the use of tools such as hand drills and shears.
Browse suggestions for garden projects for children by clicking the 'Find out More' Button below.
An Open Letter to you, Our Wonderful Loyal Customer,
Firstly we’d like to say a huge thank you to you for being so patient with us while we navigate through this tough time.
As you already know, yours, our staff and others health and safety is paramount to us, as well as the well being of the company, so know that every decision we have made has been made with you at the forefront of our minds.
It is understood now that we are able to remain open providing we stick to the social distancing guidelines, so we have written this open letter to you to reassure you of the steps we are taking to keep you and others safe.
Each vehicle is equipped with antibacterial wipes to keep frequently ‘touched’ areas of the vans and tools and garden gates etc wiped clean and hand washing lotion that will be used at every opportunity during the the day, if you have an outside tap we’d appreciate it if our staff could have access to it during their visit.
We’d like to thank you for you efforts to keep us hydrated in the past, however our staff will be keeping all contact with anyone to an absolute minimum with at least a 2 metre distance between themselves and others, so no cups of tea, or delicious biscuits!
If we adhere to these minor changes there is no reason why we’re not able to maintain a clean and safe environment for us to continue to serve our customers.
That said the situation we find ourselves in is completely unprecedented and ever changing, so ultimately the UK government will decide where we go from here.
We hope you’re keeping well,
Phil & Hollie Saunders
Save Our Bees!
Bees visit flowers to collect nectar and pollen, which they use as food for themselves and the larvae in their hives or nests. By moving from flower to flower, they are vital pollinators of many garden and wild flowers. Insect pollination is essential for the cropping of most fruits and some vegetables.
The Blooms for Bees project is a citizen science project to promote and improve gardening for bumblebees. Help explore which bumblebee species visit gardens and allotments, and discover which flowers are bumblebee favourites. The project is HLF funded project led by Coventry University, with the RHS, Bumblebee Conservation Trust and Garden Organic as partners.
For more information on how to encourage bees and other pollinators into your garden click the 'Learn How' link Below!