Build Your Own Garden Pond

When digging your own pond, there are some choices to make. Very small ponds can use a fibreglass shell for the lining – larger ponds need a lining made from PVC, Butyl or more flexible modern butyl substitutes. Flexible pond linings can range from a few pounds to...

Planning Your Garden for Autumn Colour

At this time of the year many gardens start to look drab and dead as the summer flowers are over and the leaves start to fall for autumn. This need not be the case! Plan your garden in advance and ensure that there are plenty of plants which are long flowering to keep...

Gardening in Small Spaces

When designing a small garden the rules are very similar to interior design: you'll probably have high walls and fences to work with so the space can be treated like a room. Don't try and fit too many ideas and themes into such a compact area. Try and pick a single,...

Low Maintenance Gardens

With the swift pace of modern living or when raising a family, the benefits of a low maintenance garden are innumerable, but we'd like to prove to you that this won't necessarily involve a back yard full of gravel. It's possible to possess your own varied and...

Make your Garden a Safe Haven for Kids

In this month's article, Go Wild Landscapes has put together some great advice on how to ensure your garden is a safe and stimulating environment for your child to enjoy! Visibility Aim to have all areas of the garden easily visible from your house so you can keep...

Decking and Patios – Transitioning Home and Garden

We love the look of a heavily plant-focused garden at Go Wild Landscapes. However, what could be a better way to enjoy the verdure of the warmer months than sitting round the garden table with friends or family, enjoying home-made, ice-cool cordial on your new,...

Planting Stunning Colour Combinations

Spring is definitely in the air. In order for your garden to fully reflect the vibrancy of the season, take a look at these inspiring colour combinations: A favourite subtle colour trio of Go Wild Landscape founder Andrew Marshall is purples, blue and whites. This...

Wildlife Gardens

At Go Wild Landscapes, we design beautiful gardens which also attract local wildlife. Maintaining the richness to the UK ecology is important to us and can benefit you too: watching the varied fauna outside your window throughout the seasons is extremely rewarding....

5 Plants for a Spectacular Winter Garden

Here are some ideas courtesy of Go Wild Landscapes which will brighten up the monotony of Winter in your garden. These are mainly native plants which are insect, animal and bird friendly: The native dogwood 'Midwinter Fire' (Cornus sanguinea), when pruned back...

Encourage Birds for Winter Colour in Gardens

At this time of the year the garden can be dull and uninspiring. By far the easiest way to inject some colour and interest into the dull January day is by attracting birds into the garden. Go Wild Landscapes recommends various ways to attract wildlife to the garden:...

Wildflower Meadows

Wildflowers can be difficult to establish using traditional seed methods. Go Wild Landscapes are accredited suppliers of Wildflower Turf. For advice and design ideas with Wildflowers and Garden Landscaping you can contact us. Turf Ready to Roll Wildflower...

Spring Pond Life

Whether you have a large country garden or small town plot, a wildlife pond brings life into the garden and is a great focal point! Though it's still feeling very cold in the garden, the first signs of life are happening and the frogs have been active in the wildlife...

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