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  • garden design dorset
    02
    Sep

    Going wild for Autumn gardens

    As the cooler autumn nights approach gardeners thoughts turn to the diverse wildlife that relies on the pollen sources and hibernation sites our outdoor spaces offer. However, when people think of wildlife gardens the vision it creates is one of visually unappealing areas left wild and unmanaged with nettles for butterfly pupae, long grass, dank ponds for frog spawn and bundles of twigs for hedgehogs.

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  • garden design dorset
    24
    May

    Sixpenny landscaping finished

    The hard lanscaping of the garden in Sixpenny Handley has been finished and the complex phase of planting is about to begin...

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  • garden design dorset
    16
    Apr

    Wave yew hedge for noble rural farmhouse

    The first stage of planting is complete to establish double wave yew hedges that reflect the gentle contours in the stunning landscape views this Berwick St John house enjoys.

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