Ideas for your garden – landscape garden photos 2

More ideas for your garden

Last week featured the first of three galleries of ideas for your garden. The Beginner’s Garden Ideas Gallery featured gardens that are designed using simple geometric shapes like circles, squares and ovals.

Moving up a gear

The gardens featured in this gallery are more complex than those shown in the Beginner’s level. Some of these gardens feature more natural, free flowing curves which are trickier to do effectively. Other gardens featured have changes of level, which also take a bit more thinking about to get right.

Coming up next week!

The third of this series of garden ideas gallery. This one will feature mostly modern contemporary styles of garden. There are also some quite dramatic level changes in some of them.

Do you need some free advice on your garden?

Do you have areas of your garden you are stuck knowing what to do with? If you do, drop me an email or leave a comment in the box below,  you never know, a blog post featuring the answer to your dilemma may appear here soon!

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The Secret Sauce

Any form of art or design always looks harder than it actually is when you haven’t been taught the basics. Creating a Wow Factor garden is easy to do when you know what steps to take.

If you’d like to be guided step-by-step through the process, take a look at The Great Garden Formula HomeStudy Course – it covers everything you need to know in an easy to understand format with video tutorials alongside the written materials.

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About Rachel Mathews

Professional international garden designer for over 20 years. My mission is to de-mystify garden design and make it easy for people to successfully design their own garden - without needing to spend a fortune!

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  1. I need to renovate my garden. Bigger, bushier plants.

    And I can’t wait for spring. -10 Celsius this morning.

  2. Ooh that’s too cold for me!

    It’s amazing the difference a few larger plants can make to a garden – sometimes they are definitely worth spending that bit extra on.

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