SCA landscapes take great pride in the way we work. Being both professional and knowledgeable, we try our hardest to go above and beyond satisfying our clients. We are based in Berkshire.
Scott Carberry Aylmore
Scott has always been incredibly hardworking and has always loved working outside. At the age of 16 he studied Landscaping and Horticulture at Merrist Wood College. He then went on to work at a high end landscaping company for 6 years, where he polished his skills as a landscape gardener.
Scott then decided to pursue his goal of starting his own business in 2019 and started SCA Landscapes. Since then, him and his team have completed a large number of high end jobs ranging from full garden re-designs to re-turfing school fields.
Scott joins up with Hortus Paradisi to get involved in the hit ITV show, Love Your Garden with Alan Titchmarsh and Garden Rescue and continue to support both programmes whenever he can.
The clients wanted a meandering path down to there gym with a seating area half way down. They asked if we could up with a design and use our imagination to create something unique.
We used beveled edge softwood sleepers to not only edge the paths but to also build the seating area. Lighting was also installed to give the garden a warmer feel in the evenings.
Pangbourn Contemporary Re-Design.
To start with we excavated the existing garden and replaced it with two different porcelain patios, gravelled areas, planting and a K- Rend retaining wall with a built in log store.
This project also included a two post pergola with a hanging swing.
We started this job off by removing the top 4 inches of soil and replaced it with rich top soil. We then went on to lay 500 m2 of Medallion Turf.
Retaining Wall (Phase 1)
January 2020 (Hook)
The garden is on a steep incline and the client wanted usable areas. We created a 50m² gravel area ready for the second stint where a green house and raised planters were placed. These walls have been constructed using Oak sleepers. Not only do they outlast soft wood but they look authentic too!
October 2019 (Maidenhead)
When we got to this school, the area to be seeded was over grown and had no use. We excavated approximately 40 tons of wood chip and subsoil and then went on to reinstate using quality top soil. As the area to be seeded was mostly in the shade, we used a seed to fit that would grow very well in the shade.
Reclaimed York stone patio
This patio was constructed for our clients to sit and watch the day go by looking over rural Berkshire. The natural York stone is full of character with markings from years of use; no two slabs are the same. The clients wanted to go with York stone for its rustic look which matched the existing paving on the property.