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When the RSPB were bequeathed a derelict tea-room and its overgrown gardens on the banks of the river Stour, set in the beautiful Dedham Valley in Suffolk, they set about creating a haven for wildlife.
The RSPB wanted to create a garden that could be used to teach, inspire and demonstrate the importance of domestic gardens as homes for wildlife.
All Seasons won the contract for the landscaping work, and throughout the Spring of 2011 worked closely with the design team, RSPB staff and volunteers to transform the dilapidated site.
The garden, which is now open to the public, is a place to relax, enjoy and learn about nature, with the RSPB hoping that it will allow visitors to experience first-hand the joys of nature, and inspire them to transform their own gardens.