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  • A courtyard transformation

    A courtyard transformation

    We like a challenge and this Cockermouth courtyard certainly tested our team. Overlooked on all sides and with limited access, this confined space was to be transformed into a relaxing ...

  • Staying ahead of the curve

    Staying ahead of the curve

    Even if your plot is rectangular, almost everything you grow in your garden will be rounded. Winding lines offer you the opportunity to create flow and direction that will make ...

  • Gardening on the rocks

    Gardening on the rocks

    The geology beneath Cumbria is complex with everything from sedimentary limestone and sandstones to volcanic igneous and metamorphic slates and granites. The rock foundations affect drainage and the acidity (or ...

  • A corner of Cumbrian Eden

    A corner of Cumbrian Eden

    There are clients who know what they like when they see it and clients who have a vision from the outset. Working with Debbie and Richard from A Corner of ...

  • The year just gone and the year ahead

    The year just gone and the year ahead

    Gardens became even more important for people in 2020 and we were so pleased to be able to adapt and keep working to create beautiful outdoor spaces for our clients. ...

  • We Are Recruiting a Landscaper

    Are you a landscaper, gardener or someone working in the building trade?
    Do you have hard landscaping or outdoor building experience that you can contribute straight away?

  • Enjoying your outdoors

    Enjoying your outdoors

    Phil and Liz Newport of Wildroof Landscapes and Buzy Lizzie Garden Design share advice for unusual times.

    While you’re forced to stay at home, there are lots of practical ways of ...

  • The WOW factor

    The WOW factor

    Like lots of other exhibitors for this year’s Cumbria Life Home and Garden Show, we’ve been planning our stand in recent weeks. It’s usually hard to think of something new ...

  • Something a bit different

    Something a bit different

    Regular visitors to Rheged may recognise the work of Michelle Castles – her sculptures featured outdoors on the approach in 2013 as part of the Rheged Sculpture Trail. 2020 will ...

  • Planning and preparations in full swing

    Planning and preparations in full swing

    It’s less than eight weeks to go until the Cumbria Life Home and Garden Show (March 13-15 2020). It’s a time of year when I’m juggling Show tasks as well ...

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