THE MODERN MINT BLOG

Mar14

Tim, CEO, London

They have a keen sense of the look and feel of a garden and are always following garden ideas both from the UK and internationally. Our only regret is that we did not implement more.
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Aug20

A Very British Garden – New Garden Talk For 2019

A brand new garden talk for 2019? My, what exciting news! Having had a busy summer, with the topiary work exploding after the Guardian article, I have plans to write a new garden talk for next year. So far I have written 6 different talks in the 4 years I have been running Modern Mint, 4 of which are still available for you to book. They are: What Do I Do With This Space? A garden talk that looks at how other cultures treat their outdoor spaces. A mixture of funny stories and practical advice, it shares techniques people from …

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Aug09

New Garden Talk For 2019

As you know, I give somewhere around 50-75 talks per year. These are at various garden clubs, WI’s, gardening festivals, Oddfellows groups, U3A’s and anywhere else that needs some entertaining. I have 4 talks currently available, on the following subjects: Watering Garden Design Tools Plants For Bees And will be writing a new garden talk for 2019. At this moment it has no title, but I believe it will be about British gardens, pruning, soil, no-dig gardening, orchard management and food growing. It promises to be fun, as always…. and as informative as can be. If you would like to …

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Aug09

Topiary For Designers (& Other Pruning)

topiary artists

If you are a garden designer in need of some topiary for a project, please do get in touch here at Modern Mint. Darren has been pruning trees and hedges for 18 years. Charlotte has been a topiary artist (and is the best you will find) for well over 3 decades.  We are happy to help you design a topiary, provide ideas or feedback for an existing piece, maintain a sculpture to the highest standard or advise on the health and management of the plants. We work all over the UK and into Europe. Often we are asked to prune …

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