Designing in lockdown

During the past few weeks I’ve been approached by a number of people asking me about what they can do with their gardens with seemingly limited access to plants and resources. Lockdown has impacted the supply chain of plants and compost – it has slowed massively whilst demand has surged. Great news for horticulture inContinue reading “Designing in lockdown”

How to include permaculture in your garden design

With all that is happening in the world right now, it’s not been surprising to see an increase in people showing an interest in growing their own produce at home. It really is something to take joy from – the appetite of people to learn about how to create permaculture in their own gardens andContinue reading “How to include permaculture in your garden design”

Why get your garden designed?

You may have a garden that you’ve inherited with a house move, a garden which you’ve added to over the years or a blank canvas following the purchase of a new build property. Whatever the situation, a well designed garden can add value to your home in terms of resale but also in terms ofContinue reading “Why get your garden designed?”