Garden Tips

Much as I love snow, it’s certainly good to see the back of it. It’s quite blustery today but lovely to see the daffodils dancing in the wind. And it's a lovely reminder that it’s time to make a start on spring gardening jobs. Priority Task:...

With a little forward thinking, you can enjoy your garden all year round. Here are some ideas to help you plan ahead for glorious spring colour in your garden. Are you longing for spring to arrive? I know I am. But when it does, I want...

Have you have recently moved into a new property and want to make the garden your own? Or has your plot has had so many additions and changes over the years that it no longer looks or functions as it should? If that’s the case...

With bare root planting season upon us and a trillion good reasons why we should all be planting trees, our garden designers offer some advice on choosing the right tree species for your plot.
Autumn is traditionally hedge planting season in the UK. Here's how to make the most of it and save yourself money at the same time.

I love the change from lazy summer days to crisp and colourful autumn ones in the garden. Although I'm less happy with the thought of long winter months to come, early autumn is a magical time for our ever-changing landscape. Here in a sheltered corner of eastern...

Sitting here in the office today watching the snow falling outside it is quite surreal to think that only four days ago I was sweltering in the Western Australian sun in shorts and flip flops! A month’s break to visit family for Christmas provided a fantastic...

Tapestry Design Studios were fortunate to have tickets for the preview of this year’s Hampton Court Flower Show, and even more lucky to have a dry evening in which to enjoy it! Our pick of the show gardens This year’s show gardens had plenty of inspiration to...

June is traditionally the month of blooming abundance in the garden, roses at their peak, pretty perennials springing up in great colourful spires and mounds, plenty of scent in the air and the gentle hum of bees at work. I was enjoying the fruits of my...