Jobs for the garden in January

A lot of what you do this month will depend on the weather, and much of that work will be about clearing up and preparing for the year ahead. If snow is forecast, and it’s possible to do this, tie in any splayed out branches of upright conifers and yew.  If you can’t manage to […]

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Sculpture gardens to enjoy and inspire

I recently posted a blog about choosing art for the garden.  And there’s no better way to get inspired than to get out and visit the myriad of sculpture gardens, trails and open air exhibitions which are on all over the UK at the moment. Whether you’re looking for a great venue for a day […]

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Garden sculpture at its best

If sculpture is your thing, and you’re around Hampshire in the next few days then I suggest you take the opportunity to visit The Garden Gallery in Broughton, near Stockbridge. I’m a regular visitor to the gallery as I always enjoy owner Rachel Bebb’s selections of work which she exhibits every summer.  She shows of […]

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Art for art’s sake

It always surprises me how few people incorporate art (in any form) into their gardens. Maybe it’s the perception that commissioning (or even buying) sculpture is something that only very wealthy people or companies do, or maybe it’s just not appreciated what a difference a carefully placed piece of art can make to a garden. […]

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