Are you suffering from #WisteriaHysteria? Learn more about this beautiful plant and find inspiration for growing it in your own garden.
Although Tiki style is based on a fantasy, there are lots of real ways you can bring it into your garden design.
Dramatic. Opulent. Romantic. Three of many reasons why you might be inspired by the stunning gardens of Italy, and why you could want to emulate their beauty in your own home.
Japanese garden ideas aim to emphasise the beauty of nature, even in small gardens, through careful landscaping choices and precise arrangements.
Cottage gardens are about letting go of formal garden design and embracing the wild beauty of nature.
Spanish gardens are made for lounging, enjoying weekend lunches with friends and family, and catching up during “sobremesa” or after-meal socials.
In this post, we’ve curated the quintessential features from UK garden culture to come up with a list of classic, British themed garden ideas.
In this post, we’re going to look at some of the most important French themed garden ideas and features to consider if you’re going to attempt this beautiful style at home.
Boasting colourful accents and stonework, Greek gardens are bright, welcoming and striking.
Even in bustling cities like Marrakesh and Casablanca, homes boast beautiful symmetrical layouts, bright colours, large terracotta pots, and lush evergreen gardens.
Influenced by nomadic tribes and exotic cultures from eastern Europe and north Africa, a bohemian – or boho – aesthetic is eclectic, romantic and inspired by global travel.
Whether you live by the sea or are simply dreaming of an ocean-side escape, a beach-themed garden is a wonderful way to bring the vacation to you.