Search Results for 'Garden design'
11 results found.
Last week we looked at some of the garden design issues facing those lucky enough to have a garden close to the coast. This week I’d like to share with you some of my favourite plants for growing in these challenging locations. The great benefit to living and gardening close to the sea is that frost is very rare, so you will get away with a wider variety of tender plants without winter protection than you would further inland. The downside, of course, is that strong, salty winds will be almost constant unless your garden is very sheltered, so plants need to be chosen with this in mind.
Not all of us are blessed with large, spacious gardens to cultivate but with a touch of creativity and a lot of improvisation, any garden space can become a sanctuary.
The Irish Red Cross is appealing to Galway gardening enthusiasts to take part in Open Gardens 2014.
Tomorrow (Friday) marks the 25th birthday of the Bridge Mills complex. and the Heneghan family are kicking off their celebrations by inviting friends, customers and neighbours to their new venture, The Preloved Home and Garden Exchange and Juice Bar.
If you have decided to invest in transforming the outside of your home, now is the best time of the year to get started.
If you have decided to invest in transforming the outside of your home, then now is the best time of the year to get started.
Have you ever thought you’d love to create a beautiful garden, but don’t know where to start or what to do? Garden design need not be mystifying or difficult. With help from Elements Garden & Landscape Design you can transform the outdoor space around your house into something beautiful, useful, and unique.
With spring just around the corner, it is time to start thinking of plans for the garden. With Roadstone Retail there to help you, why not turn your garden into a haven to relax in with the family in 2010?
As the growing season slows down and prepares to rest for the winter months ahead, gardening takes a change of direction. Foliage is beginning to change coats, putting on its rust and red shades of autumn; annual bedding plants are dying off while perennials on the other hand are storing up food supplies for the dormant season ahead. All things considered autumn enters and leaves in a blaze of colour.
I am not a lover of the cold weather believe me, and I often dream of warmer climes, but dreaming is all it can be for the moment, so I strongly suggest that you invest in a pair of thermals and brave the winter elements in the garden with me.