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  1. 10 Garden Design Ideas For Small Gardens

    10 Garden Design Ideas For Small Gardens
    No space is too small to have a garden or create an outdoor picture. Here are ways you can add plants or interest to your balcony, courtyard or porch.   A grouping of plants in statement pots makes an eye-catching feature; while a hanging plant such as this Monstera lechleriana is ideal for maximising foliage with zero floor space footprint...
  2. 4 essential elements of a Japanese garden design

    4 essential elements of a Japanese garden design
    Japan is high on the must-see list for holidaymakers. Many travellers return with new visions for their gardens, inspired by Japanese temples or the natural landscape. Of course, Japanese gardens represent centuries of development and deep aesthetic concepts, and their gardeners are highly skilled. However, anyone bowled over by the simple beauty of a Japanese garden can interpret the idea in...
  3. Shade plants for small gardens

    Shade plants for small gardens
    From foliage to flowering, groundcover to climbing, discover the best plants for creating a shade garden in your small space.   Foliage plants for small shade gardens By their very nature, foliage plants with big leaves are happiest in the shade because they’ve developed bigger leaves to help them catch more light for photosynthesis - and shade-loving foliage doesn’t get...
  4. Everything you need to know about espalier

    Everything you need to know about espalier
    What is espalier? Espalier is a way of training trees, shrubs, and woody vines against a flat surface, like a wall, fence or trellis. It's an ancient growing technique that originated in the small courtyards of ancient Rome and is considered by many to be an art form. Why espalier? Espalier not only looks beautiful and decorative, it’s practical and space...
  5. 15 small garden space savers

    15 small garden space savers
    When every inch of your garden is precious, it's worth having a few space-saving ideas up your sleeve to make the most of your bijou space.   1. Leave some room It can be tempting to fill your garden with wonderful things, but a bit of breathing space created with paving, stepping stones, pebbles or a patch of lawn (real or artificial), is...

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