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How does your garden blend with its surroundings?

The most pleasing gardens complement their natural surroundings, connecting effortlessly with the landscape. Our gardens should provide a tranquil space to enjoy, a haven from the outside world where you can sit and watch the world go by at its own natural pace. A well planned garden should reflect your own personality and particular needs Read more ...

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Brightening a small area with pots

Even if you only have a small garden or no space for a border in your garden, you can still create a beautiful effect using pots.

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A Wild to Wonderful Garden – A Client’s Perspective

(3rd blog in a series of 4)   The plant/herb shopping trip stage of Lindsay’s Garden Pond Project   We are now three quarters of the way through our joint project on my garden pond area. Out with the dreary, weedy and uninspiring descriptors for my pond, and in with words such as enlightened, uplifting, Read more ...

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A Wild to Wonderful Garden – A Client’s Perspective

(2nd blog in a series of 4) The removal, renovation and replanting stage of Lindsay’s Garden Pond Project   For those of you who saw Wild to Wonderful’s blog last month, you will know that Cathy Cornish is working on what was my rather dreary, weedy and uninspiring garden pond area. The view to my Read more ...

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