A Guide to Garden Planting styles
Planting styles within a well-crafted garden design unite every design element as one. There are a wide variety of planting styles on offer, each bringing its own array of colourful flowers, natural shapes, and structure.
ISO14001 – Graduate Landscapes Embark on Vehicle Fleet Electrification
As part of #ISO14001 for environment and our drive to constantly improve, we are delighted to announce we are introducing our first #electricvehicle into our fleet. We believe in protecting our environment for future generations, that means doing our bit to reduce our emissions as much as possible. We look forward to expanding our EV fleet over the coming years!
Walled Garden Design
Usually the preserve of large country homes, walled gardens are a statement piece that offer both a practical and aesthetic character to a garden. They offer a secluded retreat for both humans and plants alike.
Garden Design – Pots and Pottery
The humble garden plant pot has a fascinating history dating back to Egyptian times when pots were first used to move plants from one growing environment to another. These pots were crafted from terracotta, a natural clay fired at a low temperature used by the Egyptians and later Romans.
Gardens Design – Sports and Leisure Activities
Our gardens and outdoor spaces can be transformed for the enjoyment of a wide array of sporting activities, from leisurely sports such as boules to more high-energy activities like tennis.
Garden Design – Social Spaces in Gardens
Contemporary gardens are transforming into sumptuous extensions of our indoor living spaces, offering a multitude of well-designed functional social spaces for all to enjoy.
Water Features in Garden Design
Water features have been popular in garden design for centuries. Water is essential to life, and plants. It might be for this reason that being close to water has been scientifically proven to be calming, stress-reducing, and health improving.
Benefits of beautiful garden designs
An experienced garden designer can creatively and seamlessly integrate spaces for exercise and physical pursuits into a garden. Whether it is through tennis, swimming, yoga or circuit training, a garden can be designed to enhance your physical health too.
‘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