Letters from the garden
We’ve hit one Bank Holiday and it was divine in the garden, I visited Tylney Hall Gardens, which was stunning, more of an Arboretum, however the water gardens a treat on such a warm and sunny day. I sat at the lower pond watching everything spring to life in front of me, the weeping willow was a luminous green and the Japanese Acers were in colour, a very sheltered and beautiful place to relax.
It does invigorate the soul when sometimes there are troubles in life, the garden has always been a source of relaxation and yet hard work at the same time, occasionally fairy dust is sprinkled, and you are happy amongst the forget-me-nots and the tulips.
As a company a lot of our clients will already know but we have decided to reduce our general garden services, we are still functioning with a smaller round and the reason being is simply we are working more and more on Projects, Garden Designs and Landscaping. We have been doing the Design and Landscaping for a few years, but it has grown, especially with the Horticultural side of things with lots of planting schemes, and then landscaping and designs with amazing ideas created by Christian and influenced by the clients of course as it’s your brief we work to.
Ponds were back with a blast in the last couple of years, which has been wonderful, Christian’s speciality, alongside others. From small budget front and back gardens that just need to look good and be functional, with small but grand Garden Designs, to larger Gardens. From a Fence to a large design Mow n Blow and the Designs team can handle it all.
We are still gardening; we can take one off projects to simple bring up to scratch or planting and lawn works. So please call you never know we might be able to help.
If you need any projects achieved, please give us a call.
Lynn and Christian Dupont
Lower Pond of Tylney Hall
Christian Dupont has been involved in horticulture for over two decades now, lives near Alton with his wife. She is also a fully trained gardener and horticulturalist. Both are keen photographers as well as accomplished Horticulturalists. some articles are from the Life Mags but mainly for the Herald newspaper, bi-weekly column in the local business