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Garden Design: Your Needs and Wants

The idea of listing what you need in your garden is still the most straightforward way and the best way of not forgetting anything. Walk around your garden and make notes. You might like to start at your drive. Do … Continue reading

19. March 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Garden Design: Aspect, Soil and Climate

Garden Design: Aspect Check the aspect of your garden: Shady side: Only morning and evening sun in summer, often moist and cool. East: Morning sun, perhaps cold drying winds. Sunny side: Plants need extra watering. West: Evening sun, perhaps rain, … Continue reading

18. March 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Basic Garden Design Tips

Designing a new garden or giving the old one a facelift doesn’t have to be difficult or daunting. The main thing is that you don’t have to do it all at once, like on TV makeover programmes. We moved to … Continue reading

20. February 2015 by Dave Pinkney
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Fences and Walls as Features for Garden Privacy

Fences These are purely utilitarian, serving to mark a boundary or to hide some unsightly object. They are usually, by their very nature, unattractive objects, but they need not remain so. Most types of fencing lend themselves to having plants … Continue reading

06. September 2011 by Dave Pinkney
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