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Winter Garden Design – Using Focal Points

Winter Garden Design – Using Focal Points

As a garden designer in Hertfordshire I think it’s really important that our gardens work for us in the winter months. You can do this by creating a ‘focal point’. It will add interest and colour at a time when most of your other plants have died down. By making a statement with plants or … Continue reading

Evergreen Clematis ‘Wisley Cream’

Evergreen Clematis ‘Wisley Cream’

If you haven’t got the space in your garden for a clematis armandii but would like a clematis that is evergreen – consider planting one of these. It’s one of my favourites and is called clematis cirrhosa ‘Wisley Cream’. It has small, creamy, bell-shaped flowers and mid-green leaves that are retained throughout the year. It … Continue reading

Clematis armandii

Clematis armandii

Last year I planted this Clematis armandii to cover a section of my fence, and I’m thrilled that it’s flowering for the first time. It has fragrant, white flowers that are star shaped and can be grown in any sunny/partially sunny spot in your garden. The reason I choose to plant one however, was for … Continue reading