Established in 2009, Earle’s Landscapes Limited is a small, family run business. The company takes enormous pride in creating beautiful gardens, structures and open spaces.

Landscape Gardening for Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Earle’s Landscapes Limited is based in Ashford, Kent. We complete all aspects of landscape gardening for domestic and commercial clients.

This includes hard landscaping projects such as patios, walls, paths, pergolas, fencing and decking.

In addition to this, we undertake soft landscaping tasks including turf laying, seeding wildflower meadows & grass areas and planting trees, hedges, shrubs and herbaceous perennials.

Creating wildlife gardens or zones within a garden is an element of landscaping we love to implement. Where possible every effort is also made to use natural, reclaimed materials and/or re-use products already in the garden or space.

A small garden patio with low walls built around it


A low garden wall surrounded by planted flowers


A newly built garden path with small shrubs planted on either side


Image of a wooden pergola




A freshly turfed area by Earle's Lanscapes


Freshly planted decorative shrubs


Wildflower Meadows

Why Choose Us?

Quality Workmanship

We take enormous pride in our work, making sure that every project is undertaken methodically and tidily.

Quality Materials

We only use quality products and materials from trusted suppliers. This ensures a beautiful space that will last for years.


We communicate constantly with the client through the entire process of a project. This produces a finished article everyone is proud of and envisaged from the start.

Schedule of Work

We make sure that we follow the time frame that we outlined in the estimation. Should any additional work be necessary during the build, it is always estimated and agreed upon with the client before being undertaken.


Maintaining the garden, the structure or the space is essential once a project is completed.  If required we endeavour to assist but if we can not facilitate we will outline exactly what is needed.

Kent Wildlife Trust
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