Winter scene of seed heads and grasses. Veronicastrum virginicum, Sanguisorba 'Red Thunder', Selinum and Miscanthus 'Kleine Silberspinne'

Winter Wonderland – It’s not all about the flower

Think twice about cutting back your faded flower heads in autumn The summer blooms might feel like a distant memory but it isn’t just about the flower; so you might want to think twice before getting out the loppers. In our opinion there are many herbaceous plants and grasses that deserve to remain in the […]

Home and Garden magazines front cover September 2016 issue and page featuring Landspace design's award winning Priory road's bespoke children's den, designed and built by Landspace.

Homes and Gardens September, 2016 Issue – Cabin Fever

Garden Details – Cabin Fever by Zia Allaway Landspace were thrilled to be included in an article by Zia Allaway entitled ‘Cabin Fever’. Published in Homes and Garden’s September issue the topic of conversation was garden retreats. The retreat in question being the bespoke children’s play den which Landspace designed and built for the APL […]

Clay pavers Garden design Chelsea 2008

Garden Design Trends For 2016

Part 1. The trend is in the detail Hear the word trend and it starts to sound expensive – right? But, to be on trend doesn’t mean you have to take out a loan to achieve it. It’s all in the small details. However, whilst some garden trends are keepers, thankfully others aren’t adverse to […]

Trafalgar Square Tree

It’s that time of year again.

The Christmas tree lights at Trafalgar Square are due to be lit on December 3rd, 2015 at 6pm. When the Oxford street lights are switched on you know that Christmas is just around the corner. For the past 56 years, the lights have become a traditional fixture for this infamous shopping street. Having been a […]

Fallopia japonica-flowering

We need to talk about Knotweed.

We recently went to visit a property near Highgate. The client had just purchased it – at what appeared to be a very good price. They had bought the house as a renovation project and had asked us to design and build a garden for them. Unfortunately, it was during the site visit that we […]

Waterwall feature with Ivory quartz cladding in W4 garden

It is always lovely to get feedback from your clients about a garden that you have designed and built.

It is over 2 years ago since we designed and built a family garden in Strand on the Green, Kew. Recently, we received a lovely email from our clients updating us on how the garden has evolved and telling us how much it has changed the way they use their outdoor space as a family. […]

Large Garden - Albion Hill, Loughton, IG10

FAQ: How much will it cost to have my garden designed and built?

Well, the long and short of it is – as much as you are prepared to pay. The principle of creating a beautiful outdoor space is no different to that of creating a beautiful bathroom or kitchen. The higher the quality of the materials you use will mean that the final costing will be more […]

Priory Road APL award winning garden 2014

Investing in your outdoor space – can you afford not to?

Making the most of your garden. Why you should invest in your outdoor space. Or: Investing in your outdoor space – can you afford not to? There are many hidden benefits to having your garden professionally designed and built. Homeowners are often very hesitant to spend money transforming their outdoor space but if they were […]

Waterwall feature with Ivory quartz cladding in W4 garden

Hearne Road wins Landspace an APL 2015 award.

We are really delighted to have won an award at this years APL awards ceremony. The project was for Hearne road where the clients wanted us to design a water wall that would remind them of their travels to Ibizia. They also wanted to introduce the sound of water into the garden to mask the […]