Planting the Seed
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside
We’re currently working with designer Carol Whitehead on a lovely little garden by the beach in Camber Sands. We’re really enjoying this unusual coastal location, which feels quite industrial, yet incredibly cozy and teeming with wildlife at the same time.
We've been playing with DALL·E 2- a new AI instant art generating tool.
August Plant Hero
These beautiful plants are exceptionally tough and bring floods colour to your garden for almost 6 months of the year.
To coincide with the launch of our new online magazine Planting the Seed, we thought it would be a good time for Stuart to share a bit about our story and motivation behind the company.
Costing the Earth?
The Garden Landscapers was born partly out of a desire to protect and improve our natural environment.
We’re Hiring an Apprentice Landscaper
Calling soul searchers, career changers, makers, craftspeople, learners and garden lovers, If you are looking to find a soulful, creative and varied career, we are looking to hire an apprentice Landscaper to become a part of our ambitious team.
We’re Hiring a Skilled Landscaper
If you are a skilled landscaper looking to find soulful, and varied work, we are looking to hire a skilled Landscaper to become a part of our creative and supportive team.
Naturalistic planting table for year round colour
We are pleased to share one of our favourite naturalistic planting tables. Our thoughtful approach to naturalistic gardening seeks to understand the habits of individual plants and how they can be grown to compliment each other. Download your guide here.
July Plant Hero
Geranium macrorrhizum “Ingwesren’s Variety”. is our naturalistic planting hero for this month. These low maintenance, all-rounder plants are incredibly tough despite their lovely gentle appearance. They help prevent weed growth and flower in soft pink for half the year.
Sweet Chestnut Wood
Our material Hero this month is Sweet Chestnut. We like to source our materials locally wherever we can and thanks to hundreds of acres of Coppice Woodland in Kent and Sussex, Sweet Chestnut has become oneof our favourite sustainable materials available locally.