Maintenance Jobs for the November Garden

November can be a damp, raw month and although flowers can be scarce in the garden, there are still berries, evergreen foliage and bark to add interest on even the dullest of days. You can warm yourself up by tidying the garden and preparing for the winter ahead. It’s also a good time to check your tools, catch up on … Read More

Small City Garden Ideas with Big Impact!

Small City Garden Images

Small City Garden Ideas Award We were delighted to have been shortlisted for  a Pro Landscaper award with this project.  Our focus is to give ideas for what is possible in a small city garden space. The garden Before The property is in central Oxford, where space is at a premium. The clients have three children, the youngest at 7 … Read More

Sheena’s Plant of the Month: Pyracantha ‘Orange Glow’

Pyracantha ‘Orange Glow’

Pyracantha, otherwise known as firethorn because of its spiky spines, is a great shrub with fantastic, bright orange berries that last well into the winter. It can be trained against a wall or a fence to cover an eyesore and also works well as a hedge. Pyracantha ‘Orange Glow’ is a fairly easy plant to grow in partial shade and … Read More

How to create a Colourful Autumn Garden

October brings a wonderful richness of colour to the garden and the clear sunny days and night frosts that we often get at this time of year lead to the intensity of colour in leaves and shrubs. For me, the ideal autumn garden is not only one that’s ablaze with clusters of fiery red and orange berries hanging on branches … Read More