For people who like to describe themselves as a nation of gardeners, we seem to have way too much formality and semantics when it comes to defining gardening as art. Where does simple maintenance stop and concept design begin, and is really the cottage garden the pinnacle of our horticultural skill?
Gardening has grown into a widespread culture with many different outlets. Like everything else, we’ve adapted our gardens to suit our individual tastes and preferences. You might take that as a given, but gardening hasn't always been like this.
It’s 2016 and the world has started to realise how rapidly we have lost connection to the very nature that has created us. We’ve began to acknowledge how our thirst for development and progress has trumped the foundations of our existence – the Earth – the only home we have.
It’s been a Fantastic year ! 2015 saw mostly quiet weather, really good weather conditions for all Fantastic gardeners teams to work outside until mid November.
Ah, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Yes, we know it’s January. And, no, this is not an old post. Holidays are not coming, they are over. Finally. Now’s the time to queue at shopping centres trying to cash in the reindeer cushions, renew your gym membership, and roll your eyes at all […]