It’s hard to find the right snappy phrase to describe this section, but it’s an important one!

Basically it’s a way of landscaping larger areas - often on terraces – when people don’t need the structure of topiary hedges or other shapes.  It’s normally a mix of many plants we do, grasses, lavenders and so on, but artfully jumbled up in a Mediterranean style.

In some ways it’s an extension of our window boxes, but the extra surface area lets us leave areas of slate, and be cheerfully asymmetrical. As you might guess, they’re fun looking, we like them, and we seem to be doing more and more of them!  They’re good value, too - just send pictures and dimensions of your planters/beds and we can go from there.

As always, everything shown here is UV, rain and frost resistant, but it can be used indoors as well (around skylights, for example).  Then - as with living walls - we can add extra plants that won’t work outside.  If you have a look at the ‘trailing and high level’ part of the Indoor section, there are some nice examples.