As you can imagine, I’m rather obssessed with gardens and I’ve vowed to make the most of the summer and do a decent amount of garden visiting whenever I can. So we spent part of this gloriously, sunny weekend visiting Tilford Cottage garden in Surrey. The lower garden comprises mostly a large grass meadow with paths mown through […]
Time is racing along and suddenly we’re nearly half way through January. There’s a fine cover of snow here this morning and it’s very wintery, but you may well be starting to think about your garden and planning how you want it to look during the coming year. One part of the garden that’s easy to overlook is […]
Hedges have many uses in a garden, mostly they separate different parts of the garden or act as boundaries, but as well as the practical use, it’s nice to be creative and experiment with shape.
A garden is made up of lots of different elements, paths, lawns, seats, sheds etc., most people see plants as just the decorative part of a garden, the icing on the cake.
Happy Christmas! A lot of my time is spent in the office, so it was nice to get out and on site and organise hedge planting this week. We’ve had lots of snow recently and planting shouldn’t be done if the ground or soil around the plants is frozen, but fortunately the snow and freezing conditions […]