1. Archive: Apr 2010

  1. Some little Chelsea 2010 thoughts…

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     This time last year I could hardly sit still with the apprehension and excitement of doing a garden at Chelsea. There was no room in my world for anything else – a one-track mind full of Fenland Alchemists (and a quiet panic over designing such a complex planting scheme!).   And now – a year on …Read More

  2. Our Sandringham Flower Show Diary

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    24th April 2010 Just had a great meeting with Phil – our lovely sponsor from Marshall’s Toyota Kings Lynn. All is looking fine and dandy – getting  the ‘behind the scenes’ bits and bobs in place and learning more about the Toyota Hybrid range at the same time. Actually this partnership is working out really …Read More

  3. Our Sandringham Flower Show Diary

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    ……detailing our journey towards the garden we are presenting this year, sponsored by Marshalls Toyota in association with the Eastern Daily Press. 20th April 2010 We have just got back from a great visit to Q LAWNS in Thetford (they sell turf, grass seed and landscape supplies). We met their sales and marketing co-ordinator, Angela …Read More

  4. Our Sandringham Flower Show Diary

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    ……detailing our journey towards the garden we are presenting this year.  We are delighted to announce that Marshalls Toyota are sponsoring the garden which we have been asked to create in the Royal Marquee at the Sandringham Flower Show this year in association with the Eastern Daily Press.  14th April 2010 I don’t know where the week’s are …Read More

  5. Roger’s Thoughts

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     “ We are having a productive time at the moment, and generally our commercial side is beginning to  feel more busier with the economy moving forward a bit. “  “Gunpowder Park is continuing to be a blast from the past, as we still receive interest from universities in the work we carried out on site. One …Read More

  6. WINTER BAREROOT AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTING

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    To solve problems caused by the unpredictable weather at this time of the year, the company often finds itself drawing on the farming and plant-growing heritage from which Giles Landscapes evolved.  One of our winter projects was landscaping alongside a ‘Peripheral Road’ scheme, one end of which is on peat-based soil and the other on …Read More