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Remote Garden Design Consultations!
With so may people self isolating, or social distancing, more people will be stepping into that place called 'The Garden'. Some will have an idea for a project long since on the back burner, others won't know where to start!
I designed this tiny Chelsea garden in 2015, it has a lovely geometry, plenty of planting and yet is very usable.
Other Gardens are more ambitious, yet this Harpenden Garden has strong visual cohesion.
Even if its only a corner of the garden you need ideas for, a professional view is worthwhile.
All Garden Designs begin with a conversation, and sometimes that's all that is needed to get the horticultural juices flowing.
Where better to spend this spring than your garden.
What sparks our passion for garden design? A visit to the Humphry Repton exhibition at Woburn Abbey this summer provided an opportunity to consider this question for myself. I realized it was my early years and outdoor experiences in Woburn spawned a deep sense of connection to, and interest in the Landscape and outdoor spaces.
I recently completed a scheme for a new development in Dudley near Birmingham. The scheme had to be designed within planning parameters, and in consultation with Wildlife experts. Balancing using species that will appeal to new home owners, that are low maintenance, and yet tick the wildlife boxes is really challenging.