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  • Writer's pictureHamish Macandrew

New house, no garden?

Have you just purchased a new-build? How very exciting! I expect you're having a wonderful time sourcing furniture and decor for your new home, but how's the garden looking? Hmmm. It's very possibly a sea of mud at the moment, although hopefully you might have been given a slab or two at the back door!

You've very probably decided to leave the garden until the weather improves. That's probably not a bad idea as ploutering about in a sea of mud is not everyone's idea of fun.

On the other hand, now is a great time to start planning, so that you're ready to start planting in the spring when the soil dries out. If you're thinking about planting trees, hedging or roses, bare-root plants are available until the end of March for a fraction of the cost of potted ones. And they establish faster.

If you'd like us to help give you some pointers for your new outdoor space, do get in touch. We can have a look at your site and discuss with you how you'd like to transform it into your dream garden. We'll talk about aspect and light, gardening in 3 (and even 4) dimensions, identifying focus points and 'moments of joy', as well as recommending the kinds of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants that would grow well for you. And we'll be happy to discuss those problem corners, too!

Oh, and don't worry if you've never 'gardened' before, we'll be pleased to provide you with what you need to get you started.

So do get in touch today and we'll be pleased to come out to see you and discuss how we can help.

Good luck with the move (or the unboxing)!


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