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Let go of your gardening guilt Guilt plays a huge part in our lives today. We are encouraged more than ever by TV, social media, and images all around us to feel that what and who we are is less than we should be. We feel guilty when we eat ‘bad’ food, we feel guilty...
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Are you struggling with one or more of these issues? I often see my job as a garden designer as a problem solver, but I’ve never listed all the problems that I have solved before. I was set a challenge to list as many problems as I could think of that I have solved for...
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10 things we can do in our own little haven You might think that climate change is all to do with pollution and gases and recycling, and you would be right. It is affecting all of us. Every year, the wet bits get wetter, the hot bits hotter and the dry parts dryer (yes I...
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As a garden designer, I find that planting is the thing that clients have been struggling with the most; Making  your garden look interesting all year round takes thought and planning and some knowledge. But the information is available if you look for it. You may have a theme for your planting in mind, this...
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Some hints and tips to make your garden really glow this Autumn (Don’t write off the outdoor life just yet) What a fabulous summer we have had in Britain, I was lucky enough to go away in the middle of summer and some of my plants suffered a little due to lack of water, and...
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New Extension vs Old Tired Garden If you are adding a new extension to your home then hopefully it will be everything you dreamt of: plenty of light and space, a smart kitchen, the latest gadgets, mood lighting and a comfy family sitting area. However, have you considered the impact your ‘old’ garden will have...
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A easy to use space for a family garden My clients were a family with young children, but no where that was easy to use for their children to play. The existing garden had been broken up into 4 parts, a small patio wasn’t big enough for the family garden table. The lawn was broken up...
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