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May June

May June

Its almost June and this is a great time to get plans designed ready for Spring. We have had some great testimonials lately, more can be viewed on the 'Nocowboys' link at the bottom of the page. View rating for Kirsten Sach Landscape Design "First Class! My wife &...

AUTUMN 2015

It's that time of the year again and we are as busy now as in spring. Landscapers are getting busier now as more and more people are renovating and upgrading their gardens. Don't leave landscape design plans until spring as this will often be too late if you have any...

Winter 2014

Being the coldest time of the year often means less time in the garden and less attention on the outside too… but now is the time to get your design plans ready so that you have a chance of having a new garden by summer.There is a real process to get your landscape...

PLANT OF THE MONTH // ACACIA LIMELIGHT

Reliable Mounds of Green. The rounded shape and the dense, fine, bright green foliage make Acacia ‘Limelight’ a stand out shrub. It’s striking as a contrast among bold foliage plants, even more so when grown as a container plant. Like a big, bushy head of hair, the...

PLANT OF THE MONTH // DIOSPIROS SP

Persimmons are attractive small trees that suit both large and small gardens. Even if you don’t like eating persimmon fruit, the trees are worth growing for their fabulous autumn colour. The leaves turn glorious shades of red, orange and gold before dropping in...

Autumn 2014

It’s been a fair few months since the last update but I have a very good reason and that’s due to a record amount of people requiring garden designs over the last 4 months! Have a look at our Facebook page for the latest gardens and also our Gallery page with new...

Summer

Well it has shaped up to be an extremely busy time this spring with lots of clients requesting landscape plans and garden advice. It’s so great to see people taking a keen interest in their gardens and landscaping with a real surge in vegetable and herb gardens to be...

Plant of the Month // Hydrangea Macophylla – Blue Diamond

Be sure to plant them in good soil, with fertiliser and compost, to get them off to a good start. They'll handle sun, but flowers last longest and develop better colour in light or dappled shade. Keep them moist, the big leaves can dry out quickly during hot spells....

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