Filling your garden with colour - all through the year
A tired rosebed – now a much better use of space!
Filling out as the plants get established.
One small bay can hold a lot of plants.
Early spring colour.
A small hill in a Highland garden – opportunity for a rockery!
Top dressing finished.
Celmisias give structure.
Now it is established.
Looking down from the top.
Looking over to the wood.
From the edge of the stream.
Early summer pleasure.
A cliff face - a daunting project!
It is steep down there – but a natural home for alpines.
Starting to lay out the plants.
Home for hundreds of small plants.
Our own garden; preparing the structure with bays and different levels.
A small crevice garden – parallel thin rocks create the structure.
Planting spaces galore – for very compact plants.
Top dressed with gravel.
There will be interest all through the year.
No project is too small – the ultimate car accessory!