Category Archives for New Gardens

Plant Association: Trees, Herbaceous, Bulbs, Ground Cover Plants

If you mix trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants (perennials) and bulbs together you can cover up the ground in layers from the trees down, as with the natural structure of the woodland. This creates growing conditions for other plants and when … Continue reading

17. June 2013 by admin
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Front Garden Designs

 (Bright pink, purple and strong colours) A front garden often appears to be a statement of what the owners would like the outside world to think of them. And indeed the appearance at the front of the house does make … Continue reading

16. June 2013 by admin
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Right Approach to Cottage Gardening

Try to look upon the garden as another room, and spend as much or as little money as you would on any other main feature of the house. It is against most people’s instinct to spend money outside. One imagines … Continue reading

16. June 2013 by admin
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Cultivating New Gardens

Tackling new or neglected land New ground is usually inherited when you move house. It may be a bare patch attached to a new house or an overgrown garden that has been neglected for years. Both allow you to create … Continue reading

25. August 2011 by admin
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