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blueleaf plants

About Us

Blueleaf Plants specialise in growing succulent plants and creating displays of both hardy and exotic succulents. These stunning plants come in a range of architectural shapes and gem-like colours which we plant in vintage clay pots and other ‘found’ containers such as plain and hand-painted terracotta, wirework and metal, wood and ceramic to create table top displays, planters and window-boxes for small gardens and patios. We also specialise in ‘living frames’ and undertake commissions for interior and small outdoor projects and special gifts.

Services Provided

Blueleaf Plants offer the following services: Designing and creating domestic green roofs for garden buildings, roof extensions, wood stores, bee hives, dog kennels and bin stores etc. Designing and planting outdoor troughs and sinks with hardy succulents Creating succulent table centre-pieces for special events, wedding favours and choice succulents for use in wedding bouquets Supplying larger plants for interior design and sourcing ‘the right planter for the plant’ Supplying plants for offices and restaurants as well as supplying plants for displays, set designs etc.

Areas Served

London and the South-east

Awards

RHS Bronze Medal (2012)

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7 Projects

Potting Shed Roof

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Credentials

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1 Ideabook

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Contact blueleaf plants
Ashford, Kent TN26 2LD
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £500 - £5,000
For a typical green roof. Cost includes initial site survey (a charge of £50 applies to an initial survey visit which is then deducted from the final fee), design, sourcing of materials, build and labour and planting costs.
United Kingdom
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