Why a Garden Consultation is Essential

Why a garden consultation is essential to create your dream garden. This image shows Kristian receiving an Neighbourhood Award for the work she did at the Severn Hospice gardens in Shrewsbury.

Are you tired of looking at your lacklustre garden and dreaming of a lush oasis that you can enjoy? Do you want to create an outdoor space that not only looks stunning but also functions correctly? If you answered yes, then a garden consultation is the perfect solution for you! In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of a garden consultation and how it can help you achieve your dream garden. From identifying a clear direction to offering sound advice and empowering you to move forward with confidence, a garden consultation is an essential first step towards creating a beautiful and functional outdoor space. So why not take the first step towards your dream garden and read on?

Ideas for a North Facing Garden

Ideas for a North facing garden need not be bland, plain or boring. In this image we see a combination of a striking bold planting scheme of Aconitum's, Aruncus and Hellebores. The bold foliage of the hellebore, the white plumes of the Aruncus and the strong blue flower spikes of the Aconitum.

Most beginner gardener shudder at the thought of creating an interesting border in the shade. We do not see enough examples to enable gardeners to raise their confidence when growing plants in the shade. This article will give you ideas to lift your confidence and bring you joy!

The Formula To Harness Your Strengths

The formula to harness your strengths is depicted by this graphic of a sign post with a green forward arrow highlighting strengths

Who would think that the formula to harness your strengths would help you keep on top of your garden? In this article I share with my readers how discovering your strengths can reframe your whole take on gardening at home.

Taking Your Garden To The Next Level

Taking your garden to the next level does not happen overnight. The image shows a mixed herbaceous border in summer time. Mixed grasses, perennials and roses are the main flowers in this border.

I first began using the term ‘Taking your garden to the next level’ fifteen years ago. Through the mentorship between my clients and myself. As beginner or seasoned gardener this article will give you the foundations to taking your garden to the next level.