Head over to Private Gardens to view a selection of recent garden and planting design works by StaceyKath GD.
Work began yesterday on the border regeneration for Herefordshires family run Allensmore Nurseries.
The brief: to create an exciting, colourful autumnal entrance way border for all to enjoy showcasing the plants Allensmore grow and supply to garden centres nationwide.
Get in contact today to receive a client questionnaire and arrange your free home consultation to discuss your garden or border needs.
Whether you have a small border you just do not know what to do with, or you are after a complete garden overhaul, StaceyKath Garden Design is here to make your garden dreams reality.
The last month of winter is drawing to a close and it is time to begin awakening from our gardening slumber. There may be frosts still lurking over the coming weeks but plenty of garden tasks to begin ready for the growing season. Here is a quick guide to chitting potatoes:
We’ve all made them and some of you may have already broken those new year resolutions…go on, admit it, I know I have! However one new year resolution of mine is to be better prepared and organised in my garden for the coming year and there is no better time to tackle this than January.
A wreath is more than a ring of evergreen foliage for your front door! It is the first hearty, merry welcome to all who arrive at your home. Treat yourself and your festive guest to a specially designed christmas wreath this year!
For Christmas 2016, SKGD will be creating a collection of hand crafted door wreaths using willow, moss and top quality noble fir. Each wreath will embody one of three key Christmas trends highlighted by StaceyKath for 2016.
Are you one of those unfortunates to have a door whose shop bought wreaths disappear in its expanse? Do not fret! Click below and start the ball rolling on an exclusively designed, made to measure, wreath.
Summer gardens are just reaching their peaks and my plant of the month for August has to be one that truly reaches heights.
I have the fortune of working for a nursery who supplies plants nationwide and daily get to see oceans of beautiful plants all ready to be shipped off to garden centres and supermarkets.
My plant of the month for August is:
Delphinium highlander ‘Cha Cha’
These cottage favourites have sturdy flower spikes that rise high into the air adorned with graceful tightly shut flower heads poised, ready to Continue reading
“She’s mad!!” I hear you cry…and you could be right, but that’s neither here nor there.
The RHS Malvern build has kicked off brilliantly and we are now reaching the end of week 2 of construction. There have been highs and lows and ‘tearing your hair out moments’ just as my fabulous mentor Caroline Tatham said there would be. It has been an amazing experience though and I feel so honoured to be undertaking the build in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care because life is the most precious thing there ever was and you must grasp it and squeeze every last drop out of it.
“So what’s this building a show garden in 9 days business then if you’ve had 2 weeks already?”. Believe me, I wish I could be at the build every day but unfortunately I still have to pay my rent and neither of my part time jobs were about to allow me to take a month off…that’s just unheard of in retail!
Now admittedly I may be jumping the gun as I’ve still potentially 3-4 days of the build left and it could all go tits up but we won’t dwell on that… mainly because I’m too laid back to know how to! Anyway, join me as I run through my 9 day build and watch Let’s Get You Home in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care, designed by me, appear before your very eyes!
So….does anyone know how to build a show garden, because I need to build one for the RHS in May?!
I am so excited as yesterday I found out my redesign for a Festival Garden for the RHS was approved!
My initial design, pictured in my previous post, didn’t make it but the judges loved my concept and gave me the option to resubmit a new design. Well I had nothing to lose and at least more feedback from the RHS yet again to gain.
However I was informed yesterday I had successfully addressed the judges issues with my original design, which I had completely agreed with. My original design was too literal to my concept, too bleak.
Within 2 weeks I managed to come up with a new design and rough planting plan I felt far more confident in and apparently the judges did too.