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Alistair Bayford 3m
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@FitFamFalkirk 6m
Couldn’t agree more with The Dutchess. Being active outdoors is so good for our children’s mental as well as physical well-being.
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Ace of Spades May 17
- A successful garden design will take into consideration all of the surroundings, scale and proportions, the balance between hard and soft elements and marry new ideas with what already exists
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All For Gardening 20m
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LUTECUK May 10
Wild-looking and sustainable is the trend in garden design:
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chloris garden design 3h
The design process starts when we sit down and have a chat about exactly what style of garden you want in the design brief
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Richard Hughes 24h
Jeez! Step away from the decking and gravel
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Bo Cook May 17
It's a pleasure designing a garden that already has a sense of place - mature native trees, woodland buffer with bluebells, water...my role is then to work with and enhance what already exists. It can't get much better than that, can it!
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Vialii Garden Design May 17
Another headed out the door last week but didn't have far to go as was only going next door! It's a front garden makeover making it both low maintenance as well as providing a sunny corner to sit and relax. We look forward to seeing the transformation.
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Queen Thorne 3h
The right garden feature can turn a hum-drum lawn into a thing of impressive beauty! We can install just the right solution – from water features to complete lakes. Landscaping gardening
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MICHELLE BRANDON May 18
Beautiful materials coming together at a garden design project in Barnes. Love a site visit! 💚🌳 Especially when working with a great landscape team - and I saw Patricia Hodge at the SW13 traffic lights 😜
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HornbyGardenDesigns May 16
Garden design translated from rough to a presentable drawing and then sent to the client
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Tectonic Landscape - Architecture & Garden Design May 18
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JTDove May 15
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Kirman Design 3h
Allium planting combination on a small front garden completed in 2017. They along with Geum ‘Mrs J. Bradshaw’ look great at this time of year. We love them, clients love them and insects love them.
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Joint-It May 15
Orders are flying out the door this week!! Thank you to all our loyal customers. Check out our store locator for your nearest stockist 😀
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Garden Ninja 15h
I’m always one to break down some walls. Or dusty old sheds! I’ve been wanting to take this down and unleash the space for a view point garden. All will be revealed in good time. And don’t sit on rooftops of half demolished sheds...Only Ninjas can do that.
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roberto silva May 10
I did love some front gardens and gates in San Francisco. This one inspired by Mondrian is really fun #gardendesigner#landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture#paisagismo#architecture #gardengates#mondrian#ilovesanfrancisco❤️
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Chelmer Valley 2h
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Paul Sebastian Lewis 17h
The long border is now complete and packed with sun loving from . With lots of tlc this will begin to burgeon in the comming months and provide a colourful flower filled haven for lots of and .
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