Features and Special Events

July 12

Top 10 Storage units and bin sheds

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If you had enough of untidy gardens, bins falling over in your front garden, and garden tool laying everywhere, check out our selection of storage units and binsheds.

February 7

Article of our garden in Modern Gardens Magazine

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Living Colour Gardens is featured in this month’s issue of Modern Gardens Magazine. Take a look!

November 2

Top 10 Overhead beams and vertical gardening

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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.

September 21

Chelsea show gardens

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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 […]

July 28

Chelsea show gardens

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Another big show garden this week: the Royal Bank of Canada Garden featuring three different parts of planting schemes. Designed by Matthew Wilson, the garden is divided up into three parts, exploring three different planting options: a dry garden, a water-harvesting zone and an edible garden part. The designs celebrate the curves as a sign […]

July 14

Chelsea show gardens

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This week we wonder in one of the big show gardens from the Chelsea Flower Show 2015: the Perfumer’s Garden in Grasse by L’Occitane. Designed by James Basson, the garden represents the renaissance of perfume industry in Grasse with its traditional plantations. The planting has a natural feel: this garden could remind us of our […]

July 7

Chelsea show gardens

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This week, we visit one of the fresh gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show 2015: the Dark Matter Garden for the National Schools’ Observatory, which won a gold medal and the best show garden in the category. The main feature is the corrugated iron structure representing the effect of dark matter on the light. The circular […]

July 1

Chelsea show gardens

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This week, we visit one of the fresh gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show 2015: the Dark Matter Garden for the National Schools’ Observatory, which won a gold medal and the best show garden in the category. The main feature is the corrugated iron structure representing the effect of dark matter on the light. The circular […]

June 23

Chelsea show gardens

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Show gardens are a great way to collect ideas for your garden. In these blog series, each week we are going to explore one show garden with an idea that we particularly liked. This week is the Breakthrough Breast Cancer Garden from the Chelsea Flower Show 2015. Designed by Ruth Wilmott, this garden symbolises the breakthrough in breast […]

October 30

Is this grass for real?

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As part of our garden design and build projects, we often incorporate a new lawn area as one might expect. Traditionally this has involved either installing new turf where there was none previously, or replacing existing turf. However we are increasingly installing artificial lawns for our clients in London instead of real ones. Technological advances […]