Posts Tagged ‘garden design scotland’

Summer Projects 2019

I have been as busy as ever this year, juggling new and ongoing projects with my charity work for The Uphill Trust. The big…

Project Update (1) 2017

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I spent the first part of this year predominantly completing projects begun in 2016 – some build completions, lots of planting design and even…

April and May are all about plants and planting!

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At this time of year I am fully occupied with planting plans, plant sourcing and organising planting days. I normally have a mix of…

Welcome to March Madness!

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I always have great plans to get on top of outstanding non-client-based administration tasks over the winter months, but once again, the time has…

Reflecting on 2016

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As I was thinking about the gardens that I most enjoyed working on this year it struck me that it is now over 10…

Cowden Castle Japanese Garden: The Restoration Continues…

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It has been two years since my last visit to this superb garden restoration project and, if you didn’t see the blog article I…

Before and After: Profile of a Rural Garden Project

Sometimes the best way to fully appreciate the changes in a garden are to see photographs of how the site was initially, and how...

Come and see a Shades of Green garden!

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On Sunday 22 May 2016, a long standing Shades of Green Garden Design project will be opening to the public as part of Scotland’s…

It’s Lovely to be Recognised!

I was delighted to find out from one of my clients that my design work has been recognised publicly in the 2014 edition of…

May in Scotland = Woodland Gardens

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Mid-May to early June is the perfect time to visit the many stunning woodland gardens in Scotland. The moist neutral-to-acid soil in so many...