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The Oxfordshire Gardener creates beautiful, harmonious gardens with hard and soft landscaping options, as well as providing attentive garden maintenance for all styles of established gardens.

Together with clients, our RHS award-winning designers build liveable, sustainable and breathtakingly gorgeous gardens, whilst our team of expert horticulturalists nourish and care for gardens throughout the year.

First Look: RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022
The world's finest flower show is back in May this year and fast approaching. So we're taking a first look at some of the gardens on show to bring you stunning design inspiration and…
Kitchen Gardens Made Easy
Having your own kitchen garden comes with an abundance of benefits. It’ll save you trips to the supermarket and you’ll be able to enjoy the freshest, most nutritious fruits and vegetables possible.…
The Art of The Japanese Gardens
The art and craft of the Japanese garden continue to thrive today after well over 1,300 years. Japanese gardens were first introduced in the Asuka period between the 6th and 7th centuries.…
The Paradise Project
What are Paradise Gardens? The origin story of the Paradise Garden has its roots in Persia (roughly modern-day Iran and surrounding territories). The phrase “paradise” stems down from the Persian word meaning…
Indoor to Outdoor Plants: Garden plants that thrive as house plants
Are you a proud plant parent? Home fast at risk of being mistaken for a tropical rainforest? Well, we’ve got you covered. Did you know, during the summer, you can improve the…
Tranquil Textures in the Garden
Having a good combination of bold and soft plants in your garden is essential in order to create an impressive flower bed for gardens big and small. Plant texture does not only…
Rewilding Your Garden
We believe in gardens doing amazing things whilst looking glorious, and that the two can go hand in hand.  While our landscaping and garden maintenance services strongly focus on the creation of…
greenhouse
5 reasons why every garden needs a greenhouse (even if only a mini one)

Is there a gap in your garden that’s crying out for something a little exotic? Perhaps you just can’t find a hardy plant to suit that empty space? Or maybe you want…

What’s New?: Garden Trends for 2022
Spending more time at home, again?  Working from home has resulted in many of us using our outdoor space more often and perhaps, wondering how to make the most of the space…