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Garden lighting: rill (narrow water feature, pond) divided by paths - gives the illusion of bridges

Backyard in California designed by Molly Wood Garden Design © Trina Roberts

Sunday bliss is..

Backyard in California designed by Molly Wood Garden Design © Trina Roberts - like the sail shade and simplicity of the seating area as well as the planting.

Too big for our garden but maybe design idea?

Design the garden of your dreams

Use rectangles to create a zig-zag plot: A series of rectangular lawns or any other ground cover or paving of your choosing - pebbles, decking - are laid at right angles to each other. They traverse the garden, giving strong direction. By Diarmuid Gavin.

Bench with planter boxes. This would look great around a fire pit!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Custom Planters

Planter boxes and bench planters built to custom sizes. All items are built from redwood and assembled with galvanized screws. We never use staples which quickly rust and slide apart.

garden trellis in black, love it with white flower and the varied textures of the green

Black trellis fencing with formal design and the scoop creates a subtle transition to the different heights.

Interesting way to incorporate water into the design, arch and tangent patio

love the curved lines, subtle privacy fence behind the tablechairs but lose the water feature (safety hazard!

Make a small garden feel bigger #designtips #smallgarden #gardendesign…

Have you got a small garden? There are ways to make it feel much bigger - see our design tips sheet for some simple ideas to maximise the space you have.

Truly, madly, deeply in love with this "unruly jungle" garden design By Tom Stuart-Smith via @blac_design

Beautiful unruly jungle garden design By Tom Stuart-Smith. Kids would love this - An area of planting with snaking footpaths

Kensington Courtyard

London Villa: Box Hedges

From country cottage gardens to grand estates, be inspired by these quintessentially English garden designs