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Bulb planting in meadows

The soil at Mansard House is far too fertile for the traditional wildflower meadow. Owing to the fact that we are on alluvial flood plain; essentially silty loam. I have managed it as a wildflower …

12 May 2021
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Garden Masterclass – Planting in a damp woodland

So delighted to be talking this week on a Garden Masterclass online about PLANTING IN A DAMP WOODLAND – Wednesday 12th May 18.00-19.00. Garden Masterclass is place to learn and share experience and knowledge in …

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Hawkedon by Hoblyn – Essential Magazine 01/21

A Victorian Gothic style, former rectory, of the late 1850’s, which sits magnificently in the rolling landscape of rural Suffolk and overlooks unhindered arable land lined with ancient oaks. The new owners were keen to …

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Cambridge Garden Design

There is one big hurdle to overcome when designing a garden in the city of Cambridge in that it is the driest city in the UK. Combined with rain shadow and global warming, Cambridge is …

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Rewilding at Mansard House

It’s at this time of year that our rewilded part of the garden really comes into its own. When I say rewilded, it’s not on a Knepp scale with herds of marauding beasts roaming over …

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Covid-19 and our promise to you.

During these very uncertain times, we understand that embarking on a landscape project could raise concerns about safety. We want to reassure you that we are taking every precaution to promote the health and wellbeing …