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Tony Richards, MD
Garden Designer Chris James
Garden Designer Ben Green
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Pool & Lake Gardens
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Chlorinated Swimming Pools
Natural Swimming Pools
Forget the talk of laze, hazy days of summer – in the garden this is one of our busiest and most rewarding times of the year when all the hard work you’ve put in over previous months pays dividends in an explosion of ...
If there’s one word that sums up this month in the garden it’s the word ‘busy’ because that’s what you can expect to be as we enter the growing season and one of the busiest and most rewarding times of the gardening year ...
'It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.' - Charles Dickens, Great Expectation
Edible flowers have been enjoying such a renaissance it’s unusual to sit down for a fine dining experience in a fancy restaurant and not find a flower head or bud on your plate which is not just there for aesthetic ...
The clue to this month’s garden jobs lies in the quote above – February is the last of the precarious winter months and the time to make those preparations for coming Spring.
Tempting − I know – to lit the wood burning stove, put on an extra pair of warm socks and let the garden take care of itself this month but we gardeners are a hardy lot and a little bit of frost isn’t going to keep us ...
Out they come – the gloves and hats and scarves and wellie socks for whilst the rest of the world may now have retreated back indoors to sit out the winter in a warm room, we gardeners have much to do as we head towards ...
Garden trends, like home trends, come and go but this year, there is an enticing mix of nostalgia (old fashioned plants) mixed with new technology (advances in garden lighting) which means it’s not only fun to ...
There’s nothing more rewarding than growing your own herbs and stepping out – into the garden or onto the balcony or even reaching across the sink to the windowsill – to clip a spring of rosemary or thyme or sage to ...
We’re rewarded by the fruits in our orchards and the berries in our fruit gardens, and instead of beating down on our heads, the sun − if we’re lucky enough to get another Indian Summer − will gently warm our backs as we ...