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Simon Scott Landscaping are really delighted to be speaking at The Landscape Show this year on 18th September. The event takes place over two days on 18th and 19th September at Battersea Park, London. It is a trade event dedicated to … Continue reading
In this weeks blog we celebrate industry events, professional development, the quarry as a site for education and inspiration and James Basson’s ‘The M & G’ garden. We also highlight Shoots great planting list resource for show gardens. We were lucky … Continue reading
Buried treasure pops up at ‘Tremendous Tulips’, RHS Wisley- Sussex Landscaper, garden design inspirations
In their incredible garden at Wisley, the RHS team along with their garden design collaborators use the impact of mass planting with irrevocable style. We particularly love the stunning Piet Oudolf borders and could spend hours … Continue reading
And suddenly they are here…shy at first and then slowly opening up in a dance with the sun. Such magic has happened during the rainy months and now they deliver so perfectly formed and delicately dynamic. I love that Crocus … Continue reading
Futurescape 2013 – The bad tempered gardener and water in the garden, plants and pants and the inspirational Anne-Marie Powell..Plus some great debate on garden design and build….
Futurescape 2013 is becoming a must attend event for anyone involved in the UK garden landscaping and garden design industry. It happened yesterday and had a wide ranging choice of seminars including panel debates bringing together leading experts and recognised names … Continue reading
Sussex Prairies Garden….A feast for any Gardener, Garden designer and horticulturist -Six acres of pure magic….a must see Sussex Garden in 2014….
The very special Sussex Prairies Garden is a feast for anyone who loves gardens, outside spaces and home made cake! Abundant with free flowing mass planted groupings, where flowering plants and grasses excel together and foliage and structure are highlighted … Continue reading
There are a number of allotment plots in Lewes and every season creates a changing landscape as each plot springs into bloom, what sites there are to be seen. The real bonus of the allotment is the fact that they … Continue reading