Judi Samuels Garden Design
59 Page Close Baldock Hertfordshire SG7 6PT
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About you and your business
I make no excuse for myself.. for I am bonkers mad about plants and my passion for them is infectious, you have been warned! My clients love me for my enthusiasm and dedication, they have very kindly written wonderful recommendations about my garden services, please visit ‘my clients’ page to see what they say.. at www.judithegardener.co.uk Judi the Gardener was set up in February 2011 by me (Judi Samuels), a very keen amateur gardener since the age of ten, when my first gardening responsibility was to pick out the stones from the soil in the the family garden! I turned professional after studying garden and planting design at Capel Manor College and knew that one day Gardening would become my profession. Together we can rejuvenate your garden either by pruning or replacing tired plants and by adding new species plants to enhance the garden’s character, vitality and seasonal interest throughout the year. I know that you will love the colour 2-D planting plan, which will help you to visualise your garden’s development over time. For client’s who want to access their garden plan online, you can! As a professional business profiled on www.shootgardening.co.uk you will be given a login so that you can access its huge plant database and monthly care calendar, giving you a helping hand month by month with the plants in your garden.
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Many thanks for your reply! Good advice about putting two uprights together.. I really like that idea!
That's really useful, thank you.
I started the design with timber soldiers and clients have now moved towards a rendered finish.
Thanks very much for responding.
Thanks very much for the web link. Shall have a read through and see what comes to light..
Thanks for your comment. Because the field is mostly grassland and one side of the garden has a large brick raised planter to it the soil doesn't appear to move much. Perhaps I should just get one panel made up and leave it in situ to se…"