Graduate Landscapes Garden Designers
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Garden Design Awards
BALI Registered Landscape Designers
Environment and Gardens
Tony Richards, MD
Garden Designer Chris James
Marketing & Operations Manager Julia Ciucur
Garden Designer Ben Green
Garden Designer Vanessa Morgan
Paul Tomlinson Landscape Estimator
Soft Landscaping Manager James Delstanche
Construction Manager Elliott Hood
James Pugh Landscape Estimator
David Thornton Customer Care Manager
Patrick McTernan Sales & Marketing Assistant
Inga Tadd Accounts
Pool & Lake Gardens
Show Garden Designs
Garden Design Consultation
Understand Client Needs
Garden Design Project Managing
Chlorinated Swimming Pools
Natural Swimming Pools
This is it... the clocks have changed and our gardens are bursting into life with, if we have worked hard, a spectacle of colour thanks to our early summer flowering plants and trees.
I'd recommend stocking up on the energy bars and porridge oats this month because it's time to roll your sleeves up and really get cracking in the April garden where all your planning and hard work over winter will now ...
The perfect town garden for me would be a space of green calm with different ‘rooms’ for entertaining and relaxing. A small seating space with a comfortable and stylish outdoor lounge in which I could unwind, surrounded ...
Let's start with the big tidy up. Now is the time to cut back the last of the dead stems dangling from any perennials, which you've kindly left in place for the wildlife and now is also the time to mulch your flower ...
This is the time of year when seasoned gardeners pick up their pruning shears and shiny new secateurs and swing into action in the garden to cut, tidy, nip, twist, prune and stake in order to prepare plants for the new ...
February is the month when you garden starts to show the first signs of coming back to life after the go slow and dormancy of winter and because of that, it's one of my favourite times to get outdoors and really make a ...
When you think about garden design you will probably think about all the different dimensions you want us to include in your garden - a veggie patch, a swimming pool, a shed to keep the tools in, a table to have lunch in ...
January is actually one of the busiest months in the gardening year. We prepare for the always welcome arrival of Spring, in a few months' time there are still some clearing, tidying and even planting jobs to do before ...
The timeless elegance of a beautifully crafted glasshouse doesn't just bring an architectural beauty to the garden it also extends your growing season at both ends of the gardening year.
Wishing you and your families a joyful Christmas! To all our hard working staff at Graduate Landscapes and our clients around the South of England, have a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year