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  • SwissSueSwissSue Posts: 1,447

    PS: How much do your Los Angeles landscape gardeners charge to come to England/Europe? For $5 an hour I might think about it!

  • SwissSueSwissSue Posts: 1,447

    Brumbull, this was her first comment in another thread

    Lisa Jackson2 wrote (see)

    I would like to suggest a the best professional landscapers Los Angeles. I design my garden before 4 years ago and you don't believe that my garden is still healthy, beautiful and attractive. I got very nice service from this cantracters with some more important tips to make my garden healthy for every season. I never do more extra effeors and time for my garden mentance. It is truly very trustly people. 

    Perhaps this explains it.

  • If you want the perfact combination of plants in your garden then you visit landscape contractor Los Angeles. They gives you the perfact suggestion about the gardening. It was my personal experience.

  • I am looking for a design for my allotment which is for under 5 years old, we childcare providers and just been given a plot form the local council.


    we are just at the begining of digging it over and weeding, we have added a picket fence so the children know their boundaries.


  • cilmericilmeri Posts: 116

    imageHello Angela, what a wonderful project. Carol Klein would be in her element. On my daughters allotment she started small raised beds for her young children, just the right width so that they can reach from each side without falling onto plants.  They each had their own and grew 'quick growing' veg and flowers with her guided choice.

    I'm new to this forum so can only suggest that you use the 'How to' tag at the top of the page,  I'm sure others will pick up your post to help and advice. Look forward to more photos of your progress.

    Bee image

  • Hi,  I am not sure whether I am on the correct thread,  but I have been searching for a garden design which I saw on Gardeners World last year.  Joe Swift designs several small gardens,  the one I would like to repicate was made up of two circular lawn areas,  with box tress around it and the other a path.  For those of you that recognise this,  I have probably not described it perfectly.  Now the spring is here,  I would love to transform my garden.  Can anyone help by sign posting me to a link with either a picture of a book which contains the design.  Many thanks  Georgie

  • fullblfullbl Posts: 1

    Anybody knows about Laura Cocchis?

  • wrighttwrightt Posts: 204

    Please can you put on your web site or in the magazine, how to build a vertical green wall using rock wool and hydrophonic feeding rather than compost etc. I have put it on the forum earlier today but had no replies which I am not surprised since it is quite a strange topic. It would be great for small gardens as well as places llike I am intending to put it, on my shed wall. This is shady but I already have a lot of ideas of what to plant to make it colourful. 

  • thegardenthegarden Posts: 2

    hello, wanted to show you one I'm creating new pots that are super original and very nice, you will not see anything, there are hundreds of shapes and sizes! check it out:
    I hope you enjoy!

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,160

    Well, that's good to knowimage

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