My English Garden

MY ENGLISH GARDEN: EPISODE 001

We are really excited to launch our brand new podcast series, with the editor of the best-selling English Garden Magazine, Tamsin Westhorpe. Tamsin has commissioned us to design the one-acre gardens that surround her 16th Century Manor House in Herefordshire. The design, build and development of the gardens will form the basis of this exciting new podcast series that will also be featured in The English Garden Magazine over the next year. garden design and planting suggestions with Tamsin and Janine.

MY ENGLISH GARDEN: EPISODE 002

In this episode of, Tamsin and Janine look at how a garden designer surveys a site and discusses how the new garden will be used by the family.

MY ENGLISH GARDEN: EPISODE 003

In this episode of My English Garden, Janine reveals the initial design to Tamsin and they take an in depth look at the different areas of the garden.

MY ENGLISH GARDEN: EPISODE 004

Janine Pattison MSGD MBALI and The English Garden editor Tamsin Westhorpe begin the implementation of the garden plan, by setting out the Pleasure Walk alleé.

Source: www.janinepattison.com


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Hi Gardening fo,
I've been trying to learn a bit more about decorative gardening. I admit I don't know very much, but of the garden designs or aesthetics I like, I realize that I like both English style gardens and Japanese style gardens. Is there a style that's a combination of the two?
I'd like to gradually fill out the front and back yards of my house, but here's the rub, I'd like to use mostly drought resistant, low water and mostly native shrubs and flowers.
Is it possible to get a full, lush green of an english garden and the shady look of a japanese garden with such plants?
Thanks for your advice.

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    Apr 13, 2008 by jonesin_am | Posted in Garden & Landscape

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