A selection of our favourite perennials which have an extended flowering period or evergreen foliage. They are perfect to use in borders, containers and roof terraces.
Living Colour Gardens is featured in this month’s issue of Modern Gardens Magazine. Take a look!
A selection of seating areas and bench types in small gardens. Either if you are looking for a quiet corner in your garden for reading, or a large seating area for parties, you will find something you like in our list.
Our top selection of trees used in small gardens.
Our Top 10 selection of smart overhead beams and vertical gardening. If you need some ideas for your garden do contact us throguh our ‘Get Inspired’ section.
What to do when you have a small garden? Read our advice about what to avoid, what plants to choose and how to create more space.
You need a quiet place to work, think or just be alone for a while? There is no place for that in your house? Make a space for yourself in the garden! Here is a case study of one of our latest completed designs in Fulham. The pictures below show how the garden looked like […]
Remember the hot days of summer? Lets keep on remembering with a new example of this year’s Chelsea Flower Show: the category winner in the artisan section, The Sculptor’s Picnic Garden. Designed by Graham Bodle, the oak branches reminisent of antlers are meant to cerate a semi-enclosed space, a garden of contemplation, tranquillity and relaxation. The […]
Have a look at one of our latest designs made in SketchUp: a family garden based in Ealing. Walking out form the house, there is an L-shaped patio with a dining table creating a transition area between the kitchen and the garden. From the dining table, we can view the whole garden: the lawn area, […]
Here is one of our latest 3D designs made in SketchUp for a garden near Queen’s Park- featuring cottage planting, raised beds and a quiet writer’s corner at the back. The patio is surrounded with railway sleeper terracing and steps going up to the level of the back garden with a curved cobbled path leading to the back […]