Author Archives: Jim Gardner

Colourful and Modern, a Garden to Entertain In.

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Colourful and Modern, a Garden to Entertain In. This garden we designed for a new build home in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire, is a striking blend of more traditional colourful planting and sharp contemporary layout and features The main focal point is a Garden Pod, which has been positioned in one corner so that the whole garden […]

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LOW MAINTENANCE FAMILY GARDEN

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This garden has been designed and constructed for a Royal Airforce officer who, due to the nature of his work, is often away from home for long periods. The brief was to create a low maintenance garden for a home that might be left empty or rented out for several months at a time.The clients […]

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Traditional Formal Garden

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Traditional, Formal Garden This design was created for a couple who wanted a very traditional, formal style garden for their new build home in Cambourne Cambridgeshire As a plant lover this is one of my favorites, the client has maintained it to a very high standard and it is always a delight to visit and […]

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Townhouse Gardens

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With more pressure on available land for housing there a been a resurgence in the trend to go up! Only this time its not high rise multi occupancy tower blocks, it is instead three and four story single occupancy townhouses. The imperative to get the most from the limited land available also means that the gardens attached to properties tend […]

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Riverside Garden, St Neots

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  For this riverside garden the clients asked that the design should feature a large central entertaining space where they could seat the whole family, and guests for meals. They wanted raised beds for ease on maintenance and absolutely no grass. The rest was up to us to come up with a garden design that […]

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Townhouse Gardens and Courtyards

It is very common now to find new build homes with very small gardens. It takes good plannning to make the most of these small spavces

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