Catherine Morford (Natures Way Garden Design)
|Last online||7th Mar 2013|
|Member since||28th Jul 2010|
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|Number of posts||12|
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Nature's Way Garden Design offers a professional, friendly garden design service ... whether you have a small courtyard or a large family garden we can ensure that your outdoor space is maximised. All services are adaptable to each individual clients and we will successfully work together to ensure that all your requirements are met.
In addition, we provide a border design service should an already established garden need rejuvenating and bringing back to life. Here we will suggest suitable plants for tricky areas of the garden, in the form of a planting plan. We are happy to liaise with our recommended plant nursery and complete the planting for you.
Should the finished garden need maintaining, Nature's Way can visit on a weekly, monthly or annual basis to help keep those weeds under control.
Originally from Manchester, I moved to Poole in Dorset in 2002 ... where has the time gone?! Working as a Senior Ladieswear Developer for Animal Ltd for eight years, the overseas trips and lack of challenges in the job role, I looked for alternative work options.
Living in a beautiful area of the country, I enjoyed the outdoor lifestyle that it has to offer loving mountain biking and climbing in particular and I wanted a career that allowed me to work outdoors a little more. I enrolled in two courses at Kingston Maurward near Dorchester in Garden Design and Horticulture. I had found a new vocation.
After a career break travelling to the States and New Zealand (with the trusty mountain bike in tow), I have now established my own Garden Design company, with our aim being to create garden transformations implementing sustainable gardening techniques wherever possible. Creating a garden with wildlife and environmentally-friendly aspects does not have to compromise the finished appearance of the garden, if anything it enhances the aesthetic value. Even the smallest changes can make a difference.
I believe that Dorset is a lovely place to live and I would like to help keep it that way, one garden at a time! :)