The arrival was the most dramatic, I think I have ever experienced! I’ve wanted to go to see the Jencks landform, Cells of Life at Jupiter Artland for years however I didn’t realise I’d be driving through it!
On a clear sunny day at the end of summer I finally made it to Prospect Cottage, in Dungeness. I’ve known about Prospect Cottage for so many years that I can’t remember how I first found out about it. A Southbank Show about Derek Jarman perhaps?
Lighting a garden properly can be deceptively tricky to do. If you go overboard, your space can look garish and tacky, but if there’s not enough light, it will lack ambiance. I’ve shared five tips to help you nail your outdoor lighting, in our latest blog so you can enjoy your garden after dark through this winter and beyond
There’s good news, for all of you with kids; having children doesn’t mean you have to have a garden wasteland full of plastic toys! Here are 5 Tips to consider when planning your families child-friendly garden.
Right, I’ll put it out there straight away; it’s crazy late to be writing a blog about The Chelsea Flower Show! It’s been over 3 weeks since I attended. However, between cultivating client projects and firefighting domestic dramas and wedding attendances, so so many weddings…. I’ve not had a whole lot of time to get my blog done.
I’ve been working on a few front garden designs recently which as I have alluded to before, can be more challenging than back gardens as there are many more elements that must be considered. So I thought I’d go through the top 5 key aspects when planning a front garden;
I’d written a blog about planning your front garden this month. However after the severity of the announcement from the Environment Agency, that England faces water shortages within 25 years. And given that water is central to all gardens. I decided to start this blog by revisiting my trip to Beth Chatto’s Gravel Garden, which is the blue-print for water free planting.