Garden Designs

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Shortlisted for Pro Landscaper Business Awards 2021

We are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Garden Design Company category for the 2021 Pro Landscaper Business Awards. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients, contractors, nurseries and suppliers. Without them it wouldn’t have been possible to achieve this level of recognition from our business sector. We look forward to joining other shortlisted companies for the awards ceremony at

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What to do in your garden in May

Top 10 gardening jobs for May are:- -Prune spring flowering shrubs, such as forsythia, after flowering to keep them compact; -Plant out dahlia tubers and cannas after all risk of frost has passed; -Tie in the new shoots of climbing plants, including clematis, wisteria and honeysuckle, to their supports; -Continue sowing annuals, such as California poppies, into gaps in borders for colour from August into autumn; -Harden off tender plants

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May’s plant of the month

Lamprocapnos spectabilis (formerly known as Dicentra) is an herbaceous perennial forming a mound of divided, mid-green foliage. Commonly known as bleeding heart it has heart shaped, rose red and white flowers hanging from arching stems. It loves a sheltered spot in partial shade in moist soil. It grows to 1 metre tall and 1 metre spread. Ideal for a woodland garden, cottage garden or informal garden.

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April’s plant of the month

Primula denticulata or the drumstick primula are herbaceous or semi-evergreen perennials, with a rosette of simple leaves, with dense rounded head of flowers in pink, deep purple or white with a yellow eye on an erect stem. They like any aspect or soil and will grow in full sun or partial shade.   They are ideal for flower borders and beds in cottage gardens or rock or gravel gardens.

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What to do in your garden in April

Here are some jobs to do just now in the ornamental garden:- – Scrape away a layer of old compost of permanently potted plants and top dress with fresh compost; – Cut back perennials left with top growth over the winter; – Divide overcrowded clumps of herbaceous perennials and replant them; – Prepare ground for sowing a new lawn or repairing one as soon as the risk of frost has

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