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On Sunday 28th June, Shere, one of the most picturesque villages in Surrey, nestling at the foot of the North Downs between Guildford and Dorking, will inviting the public to view the biggest selection of beautiful ...
As a child my favourite spot in my parent’s modest garden was the dark secluded corner where lush leafed plants encased an area my siblings and I nicknamed ‘Favourite Corner’.
Using high quality bespoke natural stone allows you to achieve so much more with your garden design whether your brief is contemporary garden or traditional garden.
The English Garden. Every element designed with a purpose
Each year my wife and I have a simple tradition of toasting the spring equinox, saying goodbye to winter and hello to spring. This year it’s the 20th March, and ...
The fruits of our labour are all around us at the moment as the tiny snowdrops bulbs we planted last autumn are now appearing. They give you a serious ‘bang’ for your ‘bucks‘ and look amazing naturalised with anemones ...
It is easy to think of February as a good month to leave the garden to itself and stay out of the rain, but this time of year is so important.
If you have ever looked over your garden in midsummer with a critical eye, ...
It is now winter proper, but only just.
So far, I have only had two meaningful frosts and the temperature has only recently persisted in single figures.
We would suggest the garden master plan is an invaluable document in order to create a garden with a clear structure, which is beautifully planted to deliver lasting quality in your outdoor space for the whole family to ...
Today is Armistice Day. It is the day that marks the end of the First World War and getting close to 11 am and a silence that sweeps Europe
We are saying goodbye to the season of mist and mellow fruitfulness and hello to a potential winter chill.