We’ve designed and built a display garden for Robert Eynon timberyard, building some unique garden features to show off the timber they sell. These wobbly hardwood posts make a wonderfully effective post and rail fence. This hand-cut larch arch gives a good view of the curved cedar arch set against sleeper walls clad with Douglas fir. ThisContinue reading “Display garden finished!”
The ice has receded, the snow has melted and there have been a lot of casualties in the gardens of West Wales. Prolonged exposure to sub-zero temperatures has proved too much for many cultivated garden favourites, but the natives and wildflowers seem untouched. Primroses, snowdrops and daffodils are thriving. Just one more example of why it is wiseContinue reading “After the freeze”
Recent heavy rainfall has caused us a lot of problems with our current job – creating a lawn, seating area and fire-pit. Sliding around in the mud carrying blocks and stone is an alarming business, but the ground is too wet to bring any machines on. Happily, the Landworks team are indomitable, and work progressesContinue reading “Mud, glorious mud….”
Fifteen years since our first garden!
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton