Landscape Gardening Bromsgrove
MDK Residential and Commercial Landscaping Specialists
MDK Garden Services provide professional garden and landscaping for residential and commercial spaces in Bromsgrove, Stourbridge, Pedmore, Halesowen, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Kidderminster, Hagley and surrounding areas within a 15 mile radius of DY5 post code.
Manicure or Maintenance?
It's time to.... Spring into Summer!
Revive your outdoor space for summer
Creating Autumn Interest
Ask us how to create winter interest in your garden
Big enough to cope & small enough to care
Everyone has specific needs and visions about their outdoor spaces. We are here to understand your requirements and bring you an excellent solution, which we will enjoy working to achieve. We use computer aided design to help visualise the designs and layout available to you, and work within your agreed budget to provide the highest level of service.
Let the team at MDK Garden Services turn your dream into reality whatever the season
We will make sure that your flower beds will not suffer from weeds, your lawn will look spectacular, your hedge trimmed perfectly, your neighbours jealous of your seasonal flower arrangements surrounding your house and bugs will not dare to dine on your roses!
We welcome all enquiries from the commercial sector
Are you looking for contract ground maintenance? MDK Garden Services can provide a comprehensive maintenance service to suit your needs. Call us today for a free quote Trade references are available upon request
Bromsgrove is first documented in the early 9th century as Bremesgraf. Later in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 909 AD Bromsgrove is mentioned as Bremesburh. Then in the Domesday Book Bromsgrove is referenced as Bremesgrave. The Breme part of the place name is almost certainly an Anglo-Saxon personal name.
In the Anglo-Saxon times, Bromsgrove had a woodland economy consisting of hunting, maintenance of haies and pig farming. At the time of Edward the Confessor, the manor of Bromsgrove is known to have been held by Earl Edwin. After the conquest, Bromsgrove was held by the King. Among the manor’s possessions were 13 salt pans at Droitwich, with three workers, producing 300 mits. The King had the right to sell the salt from his pans before any other salt in the town. (source: Wikipedia)