Garden Design Essex Tag

Many of our clients ask for a whole new garden. This case study is slightly different in that the client only wanted one area refurbished. A wildlife pond which is overlooked by a large picture window.

One way to give a garden all year round interest is to use the element of surprise. Find out how to keep those surprises coming in our blog. Create Some Secret Gardens So many people fall into the trap of boring garden design. You’ve probably seen lots...

As a garden designer, it’s important to me that my planting schemes are robust and long lasting. This summer is showing us all why it’s important to design drought tolerant gardens.
If somebody were to sneak into your garden and pick every single flower – would your garden still look good? This blog is all using foliage plants in garden design.
There's no bigger challenge than a sloping garden, which is why the team at Tapestry Design Studios love them. In this blog we examine ways to deal with a sloping garden.

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:...

In this blog we’re dissecting Tapestry Design’s order book to spot some the emerging garden design trends for 2018 Garden design is an ever changing art. The way we use our gardens has changed dramatically in recent years with more and more of us using our...

Tapestry Design Studios were appointed at the beginning of this year to create a design for a domestic back garden in the village of Kirby le Soken near the North Essex coast. This was an interesting project to take on due to the fact that a...