Teresa Potter Garden & Landscape Design is 20 this year!
We are very happy to announce that in 2019 we will be celebrating 20 years in business, a huge ‘Thank You’ to all our clients past, present and future as without you we could not have made this acheivement.
Do you remember Y2K?… that was 20 years ago. The human population of the world was a mere 6 billion, today it is over 7.5 billion people! In 1999 the Euro currency was created and finally Julia Donaldson’s children’s book ‘The Gruffalo’ is published and becomes one of the all time greatest titles for children.
The on going life of your garden needs to be managed and maintained in order for the ideas and inspiration behind the design to grow and develop. It’s worth noting that true to the unpredictable nature of plants, as your garden matures, it may well grow and change to a surprising result often out performing the vision from which it was first conceived. Nurturing your garden can’t fail to inspire and further develop your interest in nature and the changing seasons. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you need to get out there and do the work yourself in order to feel this way, as rewarding as getting your hands dirty can be, the increased demands upon our time often leave us short of the time required to do everything. Having your garden maintained and looked after by others may well be the answer to leaving you free to sit out and enjoy the area when you do get some time at home.
Once your garden has been designed, built and planted, we can offer a range of services to ensure that you are getting the best from your creation. A garden is a living, breathing entity and to ensure you get the very best from it on-going attention and care is vital, even if you have decided on little planting. It is important to carry out regular check-ups of your flowers, plants and shrubs and undertake any work that may be required.
Plants can be expensive and need to be cared for, to help, we offer ongoing maintenance services and if necessary can recommend garden care specialists and contractors who are qualified to help with regular garden maintenance.
Teresa is extremely proud to be one of the National and North West Regional Judges for the Royal Horticultural Society’s RHS Britain in Bloom campaign. Entrants for 2019 will see their awards announced in London in October.