KITCHEN GARDEN|HARD WORK AHEAD| RABBITS

Posted by on Nov 18, 2018 in Grow your Own, Tips | No Comments
KITCHEN GARDEN|HARD WORK AHEAD| RABBITS

So for a more expanded post on progress in my new kitchen garden. After 12 months I felt ready to start making some changes in my own garden, it was just working out where to start! I have always loved growing my own fruit and vegetables and with a frustrating battle going on between me […]

SKIPPING SPRING | NEW PROJECTS | GARDEN NEWS

Posted by on Aug 13, 2018 in Tips | No Comments
SKIPPING SPRING | NEW PROJECTS | GARDEN NEWS

It has been some time since I last sent out a newsletter, I have created a new mailing list so some of you will be receiving this for the first time. I wanted to contact everyone – Clients, Friends and Business contacts since as you are all probably aware from 25th May 2018 you will […]

PROGRESS | THINKING AHEAD | PASTURES NEW

Posted by on Sep 2, 2016 in Tips | No Comments
PROGRESS | THINKING AHEAD | PASTURES NEW

As Summer comes to a close all I can do is reflect upon some pretty special times. It seems to have been one of those classic summers of old. Yes it started pretty wet but after a relatively dry winter we needed a good soaking and then once July arrived the Sun came out and […]

HAPPY NEW YEAR|EARLY SPRING

Posted by on Dec 31, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
HAPPY NEW YEAR|EARLY SPRING

It has been a very strange Winter so far with record breaking temperatures and rainfall. My heart goes out to all those that have been flooded over the last few weeks. Just walked past one of my favourite trees – Magnolia × soulangeana this particular specimen resides in a front garden on our way to […]

AUTUMN FALLS|WINTER WARMERS|PINE NEEDLES

Posted by on Nov 14, 2015 in Newsletter | No Comments
AUTUMN FALLS|WINTER WARMERS|PINE NEEDLES

            We’ve just send out our latest Newsletter You can find a copy here

Autumn starts to Fall.

Posted by on Sep 18, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
Autumn starts to Fall.

Its that time of year when we can start to wrap up, toast crumpets and kick about in the leaves. I find huge joy in living in a part of the world that allows us to experience seasonal changes and to be able to watch as nature performs its miracles.

Always essential to have somewhere to sit in your garden

Posted by on May 15, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
Always essential to have somewhere to sit in your garden

I have just had a gorgeous cushion made for the Arbour in my garden, just in perfect time to enjoy watching the garden develop as we speed through spring and into summer.  

Coming Soon

Coming Soon

We will shortly have a selection of beautiful garden Antiques for sale – Watch this space

Little bit of effort in November reaps rewards right now…

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
Little bit of effort in November reaps rewards right now…

Its a busy time of year as spring arrives, but we must remember to take time out to enjoy the garden. A little bit of effort back in the dark winter months pays off right now as you get to enjoy pots of colour. Planting Tulips in pots is easy to do and provides such […]