Tips Tag

We talk a lot about layouts and colours in garden design but texture is visually important too. Here are some ideas for using texture in garden design.

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. With its delicious scent, Rosa Gertrude Jekyll is...

Concerned about the state of our planet? We can all do our bit to boost biodiversity, starting with plants.  Here are our tips on using wildflowers in garden design.
Nobody likes a muddy garden and the best way to keep your feet dry in winter is to install some hard landscaping. Here are our favourite paving ideas for your garden.
Once lockdown has lifted most of our gardens will have to adapt changes in the way they are used and maintained. Here are some tips on preparing your plot so that it won’t look abandoned after the big return to work.
“What should I plant in my garden?” It’s a garden design question that the Tapestry Design Studios team are often asked. Hopefully, this article will help.
Hopefully the spring weather will draw you out into the garden for some fresh air and some headspace. Here are some spring gardening jobs to help make your garden more beautiful this year.
Your daily routine changes when you retire and that means that you will probably use your garden differently. In this article we look at designing the perfect retirement garden, one that you will enjoy for the foreseeable future.