THE MODERN MINT BLOG
The problem with whispering is not that you won’t be heard. The problem is what the listener might hear.
If you have heard about Modern Mint – that we are a design and landscape company working in Essex and London – then you have heard right.
If you have heard we learnt our trade working on large estates in Hampshire and Berkshire, before closing down and moving to live in East Anglia, bringing our brand of vibrant, modern gardens with us… then you have heard right again.
But if you heard we make gardens that are lacklustre, boring and hard to maintain…you’ve been misled. The listener misheard the whisper.
This is our whispered launch then… Modern Mint has arrived in East Anglia, and we want to make great gardens.
Did you hear that right?
Need a talk for your garden club? Via Zoom because of Covid-restrictions this winter? Then I can help! It is great you are trying to keep your club going, and though Zoom is not the same as getting a group together and talking about gardening live, of the moment, right now it is the best alternative we have got. How I Do A Zoom Talk For Your Garden Club I’m very happy to do Zoom talks and have moved about 20% online so far (from end of March 2020 to the start of October 2020) – although that number is …
Just a quick message from a garden club last night after I gave a talk for them via Zoom… Hi Darren, We would just like to thank you for a very enjoyable and fun talk this evening for our first Zoom meeting! Think we can say that everyone enjoyed it, we have already had positive feedback from some of the members, obviously the way forward at the moment! We were certainly very pleased with the turn out for the first virtual meeting! If you are a garden club speaker and want to give it a try, then please do …
I was asked by the European Boxwood & Topiary Society to help out with answering a common question – How to sharpen your shears? So we spent a fun day making a video, that hopefully will help you make sure you have sharp, shiny blades to do your topiary pruning with. And you can find here more examples of the topiary I make with my sharp blades.