Inspiration for the Garden Builds
If you’ve watched the show before, you’ll know that we search hard to find gardens and outdoor features which help provide inspiration for the garden make-over we’re about to embark upon. Read on to find out more….
Show 1 – Tuesday 23rd June 2015
The inspirational garden featured in tonight’s show is the life’s work of garden designer, Keith Southall. Keith’s three acre garden in Worcestershire has been lovingly created over the past 30 years and it is teaming with good ideas. Features include an amazing moon gate, waterfalls, ponds, a cave and a wide range of specimen trees and plants. What drew us in particular is Keith’s clever use of vertical planting to cover the long sections of both bare fence and walls surrounding his home – a challenge also posed by the garden we built.
Whitlenge Gardens is open to the public and also has a plant nursery and tearooms. For more information please visit www.whit-lenge.co.uk
Inspirational Garden Seating
He started off at the gorgeous Myddelton House Gardens. This eight acre garden was once the home of the famous horticulturist E.A. Bowles. It was here David found the perfect seating for a romantic setting. https://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/nature/gardens-heritage/myddelton-house-gardens/
David then visited NW3 Interiors where he found two sculptural works of art by Stephen Myburgh. The Ostara and the Gravity swing seat are handmade from copper and the ultimate statement piece. http://nw3interiorsltd.com/copper-swing-chairs/
And finally, David found exactly what he was looking for in a dazzling London garden, designed by the highly talented Kate Gould. www.kategouldgardens.com