Another busy year is passing. Lots of interesting new projects and further work with existing clients such as an extension of the garden for the care home.
Gosh it has been a busy year! I see my news page is a little out of date. We have been working on a variety of interesting projects of all sizes. Updated pictures on the website and Facebook to follow soon!
I am working on some interesting new projects at the moment, including designing a garden for a care home that is being refurbished for residents with dementia. Recent research indicates how benefical it can be for such residents to be outside in a safe environment even turning their hand to a little gardening if they so wish.
I was fortunate to be invited to the preview of the first Miniature 3d garden show recently held at the Strand Gallery in London. The gardens were designed by a variety of garden designers and printed by a 3d printer and were most intriguing. See here for pictures!
I am going to be helping with a show garden at the RHS Cardiff Flower Show in April, working with top international garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin. Broxton and Moruzzi, the landscapers I regulalry work with will be helping with the build. Put the date in your diary - April 11th - 13th. More information can be found here.
Here is a sneak preview of the garden designed by Andrew. Follow us on twitter and facebook for information about the show as the date gets nearer!
It has been a busy spring and summer with lots of interesting design and planting projects. Pictures of some of the completed work can be seen in the gallery of Current Projects. Some of the these projects are either still being built or are waiting to be built. More pictures will follow.
We are just about to upgrade our CAD software to the latest version which means we will more easily be able to provide walk throughs of both the concept and finished design of your garden.
Has spring finally sprung ?
These are a few photos from my own garden - April 2013. If you have hellebores in your garden why not pick some flowers and float them in a bowl of water inside. That way you can more easily appreciate the beautiful flowers.