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Recently Ann and I have been out on safari helping clients design & plant new landscapes.

It’s always nice to  ‘keep your hand in’ as they say.

This time we tried a somewhat different approach.

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We took the clients to various nurseries  helping them choose the plants we were suggesting they would use.

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Then we set out the planting on site helping them to plant, by using tried and trusted techniques we had learned over the years it helped to reduce transplant shock , giving the plants a great start. The clients learned a new way to plant.

It was really great fun, everyone enjoyed the experience, even the neighbors popped over to help.

We’ve already started to plan the next event… this time we are thinking of showing school children how, the last time we did this, some twenty years ago, every plant in the school project was planted at least five times.

Quiet garden in Primary School
Quiet garden in Primary School

The garden won a multitude of awards , there was no vandalism, with everything establishing well.

A Quiet School Garden
A Quiet School Garden

It’s time to teach our children’s children how to enjoy the calmness of a garden, to connect with nature and to learn so much more about our planet.

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