Would you like a more beautiful and manageable garden?
Garden Inspiration has been helping home-owners develop their gardens in and around Surrey and Sussex for 25 years. Whether you are looking for a complete garden restructure or simply wish to develop, restore or perhaps reduce maintenance, Garden Inspiration has the answer, bringing fresh ideas and bags of experience. We offer a friendly and professional service.
Garden Inspiration offers: Garden design plans, Practical planting schemes, One off consultations, Gardening coaching through the year and wildlife friendly and sustainable designs
We have in-depth horticultural knowledge, and experience of every style of garden and soil type. As a client, you will receive the right advice to achieve the results you want, and at a price you can afford.
We cover an area within a 30 mile radius of rural Outwood in Surrey, RH1 5PY.
Contact Laura to find out more and discuss your garden:
Recent Blog Posts
With warm weather and a reasonable dollop of rain a week or two ago, fruit is swelling around the garden, harmonising with my gently growing lockdown girth. There is no such a thing as too much gooseberry ice-cream. If you have space to grow fruit in your garden, but think fruit bearing plants don’t look… Continue reading Feeling fruity? Sharing my favourite fruiting plants with you!
I started gardening, really quite late. I was one of those people who couldn’t touch a worm (the closest I got was of the book variety) and my knees were permanently free of mud. One day, by chance I started having children, age 26, and decided to nurture them myself. Poor kids. They would testify… Continue reading Nurturing your garden talent!
No. Leaf mold is however the ultimate garnish for your garden borders. A culinary equivalent would be a no-calorie, but delicious icing on the cake ; icing that permeates gently through until your cake is light and airy. In the soil, it improves texture – how the soil feels. If you have clay soil it… Continue reading A burning question. Is leaf mold edible?
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