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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 ...
Pleaching is a technique we use to create screening and walkways and avenues by weaving tree branches together to create a single structure from its component parts. But in modern garden design, it is so much more.. ...
We all know that modern roses are easier to grow, kinder on the pocket and less tricky and troubling than their old fashioned counterparts but really, is there any substitute for an old fashioned rose sending its heady ...
We're moving along into High Summer, which means if the weather holds, at the weekend and once the holidays start, you'll likely be spending more time outdoors than indoors.
A well-designed pool should be a pleasing enhancement to the garden so there's no need to hide it away. The aesthetic will be more pleasing if it is square to the house and if its proportions reflect the architecture of ...
Flower Power is the name of the game this month and if you've only just got going or moved house and so are still finding your new garden feet, take a weekend trip to your local garden centre and stock up on those summer ...
With apologies in advance for the fact that this month's To Do blog sounds suspiciously like an episode of TV's Casualty or Holby City because as we move this month (May) from Spring to early Summer we need to remember ...
It's May, which means just one thing on the British gardening calendar - the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show (May 24th to 28th). But the RHS has four and soon to be five other inspirational and ...
Getting to your front door is the single most important function of the space in front of your house. But that doesn't mean it can't also lend itself to enhancing not only the aesthetics of your home but the re-sale ...