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Mud to meadow in (not) many months

Mud to meadow in (not) many months

I was asked to make a meadow that wouldn’t require regular mowing/maintenance, so my client could enjoy his weekends away rather than spend most of his time mowing. Soil was required to repair the building works at the back of the house, so it was…

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Dar al Hossoun, Taroudant Morocco.

Dar al Hossoun, Taroudant Morocco.

I first read about Dar al Hossoun a few years ago in the Garden Design Journal, so it was a real treat to finally visit and stay overnight twice on my recent trip to Morocco. I had read that it is difficult to tell whether it…

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It’s all about the presentation…

It’s all about the presentation…

We tend to rate our gardening jobs by the treats and general signs of appreciation. *These photos are in no particular chronological/special order –  more could quite possibly follow soon, when the next rainy day keeps me warm and snug inside. We accept hobnobs too, but…

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Its been a busy week in Wandsworth…

Its been a busy week in Wandsworth…

After living with builders for fifteen months the owners of this property were desperate to have a garden worth looking at. They were so keen that they actually wanted us to start before the builders had even finished, but fortunately I was able to convince…

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