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32,000 Reasons to Save a Wildlife Garden

32,000 Reasons to Save a Wildlife Garden

The image to your left is a photograph, courtesy of foter.com, of the stunning Natural History Museum in London. If you haven’t been before, I personally strongly recommend it; I went once on a school trip and I loved it, but not as much on my second visit in my twenties! It’s great fun for all…

Project Update: Landscaping in Southwark, London

London. The capital city of our country. A central hub for finance and culture for the world. And it’s one great place to work! Here at Oakleigh Manor, despite the fact we are based in Kent – our Landscape Design and Build service in Dargate; our Garden Joinery in Capel-le-Ferne – we conduct our bespoke…

SuDs: ‘New Planning Guidance’

SuDs: 'New Planning Guidance'

You may recall a blog post we brought you back in March, regarding developments in sustainable drainage systems (SuDs) regulations. If not, click here to give it a read. In a nutshell, though, the developments were in Parliament, referring to the ‘foolhardy’ exemptions to SuDs regulations and plans to scrap them. These exemptions in question…

2015 Garden Designs: The Next Designs to Have

2015 Garden Designs: The Next Designs to Have

From crazy paving to decking. From vegetable gardens to ‘nightscaping’. The landscape (pardon the pun!) of garden trends are forever changing. The listed fads above are all unique in their own right, from the kooky, to the financially sound. But what’s the next step for your garden? Like anything creative, fashions and trends change with…

Landscaping Tip: Make a Good Impression with your Front Yard Garden

Landscaping Tip: Make a Good Impression with your Front Yard Garden

Nothing is as welcoming as a home with a beautiful garden out front. Most front yards have straight paths for a practical reason; it is often the shortest route to the door. This doesn’t mean, however, that you have to leave it that way. Make yours more inviting by adding elements like a curved walkway,…

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