The RHS Hampton Court Flower Show is a big favourite of ours and we were thrilled to be invited back once again. Special Thanks to Bulldog Tools, Ground Breaking Projects and Rolawn lawns. Not forgetting all our volunteers from all over the UK whose help is greatly appreciated at the show and through out the year plus our web designer Geoff and the charity Kitty for Needy Critters.

A great pleasure to be a contractor at what is considered by many to be the world's greatest flower show. Special thanks to all our sponsors for their support.

We were so pleased to be invited back once again to the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show to do a project , we really enjoy taking part in the show. Grateful thanks to all who make it possible, our sponsors Bulldog Tools, Ground Breaking Projects and Rolawn lawns. Plus all our volunteers from all over the UK who go above and beyond to help get things prepared for the show including our web designer Geoff and the charity Kitty for Needy Critters.

We were so pleased to be invited back to the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show to do a project with the Friends of the Fire Brigade/Firefighters exhibiting our urban style butterfly friendly back garden.

Special Thanks to Bulldog Tools, Ground Breaking Projects, Rolawn lawns, Gordon Low for the Fire engine. Plus all our volunteers from all over the UK whose help is greatly appreciated at the show and though out the year and of course our web designer Geoff and the charity Kitty for Needy Critters.

A special thanks to Renaud the Baron and owner of the Beervelde in Belgium for the invitation to come across for the build of the Passchendaele garden and stay for the show. It was great experience and our first show out side of the UK. You could say Ground Breaking Projects has gone international!

We are so pleased to be able to support The Poppy factory and the great work they do to help Veterans.

Our thanks goes to The Poppy Factory team, RHS, Bull Dog Tools, Gordon Low Products, Steve Mann Garden Designs, our web designer Geoff and the charity Kitty for Needy Critters.

Inspired by the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo our Show Feature represented Hougoumont Farm, located on the front line.

The farm was key to the war effort, as the kitchen garden grew vegetables and herbs for the fighting soldiers. Just for fun we had actors playing the roles of soldiers.

Our thanks to the Royal Horticultural Society and to our sponsors Project Hougoumont, Bulldog Tools, Rolawn, Wilkinson Sword, Steve Mann Garden Designs

Our Lest We Forget Garden was a recreation of the trenches and landscape of the Western Front featuring a working First World War tank.

We also created a vegetable plot in a trench reminding us that the soldiers felt the need to grow some fresh food to augment their rations.

Our thanks to our sponsors Lest We Forget, Bulldog Tools, Steve Mann Garden Designs