I love flowers and foliage everywhere, so I thought I would share with you my 4 tips for flower arranging. But remember, flowers and foliage are to be enjoyed and bring happiness not create stress, so be creative and don’t worry about rules – rules are made to be broken aren’t they?
What a beautiful summer we’re having at the moment and how wonderful is it to be able to sit out in the garden! With that in mind, we have put together a few of our favourite easy maintenance gardens that might just offer a little inspiration on how to use your outdoor space.
Gone are the days when the garden was simply a lawn and somewhere to grow a few flowers – now we want to create a room outdoors which can be enjoyed all through the year as an extension of our home. These five easy steps will help you create your perfect outdoor room.
We have a top tip for you today and this 1 simple change will instantly improve your garden. Plus, it’s a really easy thing to rectify!
He is such a handsome chap this zebra vase, that he doesn’t even need flowers to make a statement, but he certainly creates real wow factor when filled with floral loveliness. To give you some tips for flower arranging, we have styled him in 3 different ways, ranging from super easy to pro, so you can see how different he looks.
Paula Pryke’s latest book, called ‘Floristry Now, Flower design and inspiration’ is full of inspirational tips and ideas for your own floral arrangements. As a taster of what’s in the book I have selected 5 inspirational flower arrangements to whet your appetite.
With spring looming on the horizon and the hope of longer days and more light, it’s time to talk about gardens and think about ways to create your dream garden. With these 5 garden design ideas to steal you will be able to get lots of ideas to help you create your own bit of urban paradise.
The latest edition of Modern Gardens has hit the shelves and I’m thrilled to say my garden is featured! Amelia has taken a few shots for me of my favourite bits of the garden to share with you, so I hope you enjoy the tour!
Garden tours are a great way to pick up design ideas, so I thought I would share some images of my mum’s verdant and stylish suburban plot for inspiration. I think her garden is a fantastic example of what can be done with a smallish suburban plot, but I’d love to know what you think?
Redesigning your garden is a big task and there are some crucial elements that must be considered, for a little help read my 6 tips when redesigning your garden.
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