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Pentre Uchaf - a high altitude garden

While holidaying in mid-Wales near Cardigan we enjoyed a visit to a garden high up in the hills, surrounding a cottage called Pentre Uchaf. It took quite a drive to get there following narrow lanes up and down steep hills and along narrow valleys. 101 more words

Gardening

Can You help? Working Party - Sat 22nd Feb

Well we have 14 months before the Grange University Hospital is due to open so we are aiming to get the Garden safe for visitors by that time. 240 more words

News

Chairs and Tables entire range of products is produced using solid Grade ‘A’ Teak from plantations, but why?

What is Grade ‘A’ teak?

There are actually 3 grades of teak and they are used to refer to the quality of the timber, they are Grades A, B, and C. 381 more words

Furniture

Sculpture Heaven

The name for this garden was a bit off-putting but once through the gates we warmed to it immediately. This was a collection of outdoor sculpture of all sorts, a huge variety in fact but there was the important element of a garden wander to see all the pieces. 119 more words

Garden Photography

OLD WORLD CHARM IN SOUTH TEXAS

This was a wonderful project to work on! Not only was this project for a dear friend and fellow designer, Lisa Woolley, but this home had so many unique and charming elements that it really made the project an exciting one to do. 288 more words

Projects

Chatsworth - part two

Back at Chatsworth we now explore further through the gardens and stop to study the two famous water features, the water steps and the tall water spout. 85 more words

Garden Photography

Morning Snow

It’s been a winter of ups and downs – cold, snowy days followed by relatively balmy, sunny, teasing thaws. This week has been no exception; +2 yesterday, -20 today (yes, minus twenty!), +2 again on Sunday. 103 more words

Photography