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Posted by on Mar 8, 2017 in Garden Festival, Gardener's World, Landscape architecture Posts, Nick Bailey, Private Garden

Mathematics Garden | Design Shows us The Beauty of Numbers

Mathematics Garden | Design Shows us The Beauty of Numbers

Article by Maria Giovanna Drago – The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden, by Nick Bailey, Chelsea, London, UK. The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden was a project by horticulturist Nick Bailey that was exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2016. It had a great success among the audience and judges for developing a side of nature that not everyone knows and that is certainly unexpected. There’s still so...

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Posted by on Nov 27, 2016 in Gardener's World, Landscape architecture Posts, Private Garden

5 Key Principles To Think About When Designing A Beautiful Garden

5 Key Principles To Think About When Designing A Beautiful Garden

We take a closer look and examine 5 key principles to think about when designing a beautiful garden.  Are you in the middle of designing your garden? You could be making a big mistake, so think carefully about what you do next. A lot of people will think of ways to make their garden beautiful, but they soon realize it doesn’t look as nice as they thought it would...

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Posted by on Sep 30, 2016 in 2014, Cityscapers, England, Landscape architecture Posts, London, Private Garden

How to Transform a Back Yard into an Oasis to Escape City Stress

How to Transform a Back Yard into an Oasis to Escape City Stress

Article by Giacomo Guzzon – Parson Green by Cityscapers, in London, England, shows us how to escape city stress and transform a back yard.  Designing gardens is a very important aspect of our profession, because it allows landscape architects to test ideas and focus attention on particular hard and soft landscaping details that we can learn from and eventually use in the public realm. Parson Green, a small urban garden...

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