Posts Tagged ‘Summer’
Gone are the days when the garden was simply a lawn and somewhere to grow a few flowers – now we want to create a room outdoors which can be enjoyed all through the year as an extension of our home. These five easy steps will help you create your perfect outdoor room.
The latest edition of Modern Gardens has hit the shelves and I’m thrilled to say my garden is featured! Amelia has taken a few shots for me of my favourite bits of the garden to share with you, so I hope you enjoy the tour!
Garden tours are a great way to pick up design ideas, so I thought I would share some images of my mum’s verdant and stylish suburban plot for inspiration. I think her garden is a fantastic example of what can be done with a smallish suburban plot, but I’d love to know what you think?
Redesigning your garden is a big task and there are some crucial elements that must be considered, for a little help read my 6 tips when redesigning your garden.
The Royal Horticultural Society has launched a new campaign called Greening Grey Britain. As according to surveys carried out in 2015, over five million front gardens now have no plants growing in them at all! This is not only detrimental to our mental health but also our physical health, so it’s time we stopped our driveways turning into carparks!
When is a chair not a chair? When it’s filled with a dazzling array of colourful plants. I love to see objects that have been repurposed and given a new lease of life, so I thought doing a how to on making a chair planter was a lovely idea for summer.
Grow London is a contemporary garden fair. We were lucky enough to be given free tickets to the event and oh, what a heavenly day we had!
My terrace really is an extension of my home where I play with colour and textures – an ever moving feast for the eyes. So I thought I’d do a ‘get the look’ post today and tell you where I got the accessories and furniture currently adorning my garden.
One of my personal pet hates is that sort of dirty orange colour they paint fences.
I’ve always seen myself as a summerhouse type of person – lazy summer afternoons with books, wine and music whilst bees and butterflies flitter and flutter from flower to flower around me. With this in mind the essential element to my new garden had to be the summerhouse and it was always going to be […]
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