Pastel Border Design

Pastel Border Designs

| April 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pastel Border Designs are perennial (no pun intended!!) favourites with our clients. As garden designers we always ask about colour during our discussions with clients. Very few people don’t care about colour. Most people have at least one colour aversion. Perhaps 25% ask for hot colours. But most people ask for pastel border designs. ‘Oh you know […]

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Wild Garlic

Wild Garlic

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Wild Garlic – Allium ursinum – enough for a feast, made an interestingly textural carpet for this tumbledown enclosure in a small wood. Ok I fess up. Appointments over, I was playing hooky on the way back to the office. I stopped en route and took a stroll in Dolebury Warren Dolebury Warren – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia […]

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Border Design 2

Big Border Designs

| April 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Big border designs are beautiful too. They are burgeoning, buxom and bountiful, bootylicious and absolutely bonza! The plus size of the garden world. Ok, I know, a few posts ago, we said that ‘small is beautiful’. How contrary are we? Do we know what we like or what? Well, I guess it depends on our mood. For sure, small […]

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Front Garden Design - part 3

Front Garden Design – part 3

| April 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

In part 3 of this ‘front garden design’ we explain that actually our clients’ key requirement for their front garden design related to screening the road from the house. And in fact from the house when you sat in one specific position in one specific window! Now, privacy and screening are always sensitive issues in garden design. […]

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