A sensory wall with lots to explore

Making Sense of Your Garden

We are working on two different community projects at the moment, both of which include a sensory garden. It is so much fun designing these spaces and ensuring every sense is stimulated. Here are some of the features we are considering for these spaces which could be easily incorporated into…Read More

After: a relaxing garden in Edinburgh

Transformers – Gardens in Disguise! Part 3

You loved Part 1 of our Before & Afters feature. And you adored Part 2 of our garden make-overs. So we are back with the third installment in our ever popular feature on our garden transformations. Below are some of our recent projects with our clients’ favourite feature – the before and after photographs! A…Read More

An oil lantern made from rusted metal is softened by planting

Get To The (Focal) Point – Part 2

In our recent blog on garden focal points we told you why they are such an important feature in the gardens we design. Here are a few more examples of some of the focal points we have used in our gardens… Oil Lantern This oil lantern is made from corten…Read More

A Japanese lantern, water feature and koi bridge set the mood in this garden

Get To The (Focal) Point – Part 1

One of the many tricks a garden designer has up their sleeve is the use of garden focal points. Focal points can: create a journey around the garden, literally leading you down the garden path! draw your eye to a certain part of the garden or up and on to…Read More

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