BETWEEN A ROCK AND A SOFT PLACE

Understanding that a garden isn’t automatically ‘green’ is the first step to making it more sustainable.

Many people want wildlife-friendly gardens but there is a disconnect between their garden and the impact on the climate of the products that go into it. As well as creating a garden for wildlife, a truly sustainable garden involves using recycled materials, reducing the use of natural resources and sourcing locally.

On 27th April 2024 ,the Society of  Garden Designers Spring Conference will explore the best ways to adopt this approach with experts from the fields of ecology, construction, design, conservation and horticulture. We’re looking forward to a fascinating day of conversation, debate and creative insight. Find out more at www.sgd.org.uk

Main Image:  Garden by Sarah Price Landscapes with recycled paints and materials by Local Works Studio (photo Local Works Studio)

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