There are beautiful gardens to visit all year in and around Lymington and the New Forest. Exbury Gardens is on our doorstep, along with Furzey Gardens and of course the delightful gardens at Beaulieu, plus there are other gardens open to visitors which are much closer still.

The Lymington and New Forest area also boasts some fantastic garden centres, including Fairweather’s Garden Centre in Beaulieu with its original 'Patrick's Patch' over the road, a place for learning about how to get more out of your garden!

Browse the Directory to find details of garden designers, landscapers, gardeners, tree surgeons, garden centres and horticultural clubs, including gardening clubs, flower clubs and horticultural societies and of course local gardens to visit.

You might also like to take a look in our Event Calendar for any garden events.

Garden design and landscaping Garden centres and nurseriesGardenersTree servicesHorticultural, gardening and flower clubs Gardens to visit in Lymington and the New Forest area

How to achieve balance in your garden

How to achieve balance and rhythm in your garden  Gardening tips by Debby Lockey Garden Design   When I am designing a garden one of the first things I think about is how to achieve balan [ ... ]

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How to plant bulbs for a fantastic spring display

How to plant bulbs for a fantastic spring display.   We have a wedding happening next spring, so I am planning to grow hyacinths and daffodils to use for the table displays. The bulbs have arri [ ... ]

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Late summer jobs to do in your garden

Your Lymington Garden in Late Summer  By Debby Lockey Garden Design Every month there is something which needs doing in the garden!   Late summer is always a funny time in the horticultu [ ... ]

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black spot on rose leaves It’s a good year for the roses

It's a good year for the roses! Tips from the experts on how to treat black spot... I recently went to the Gardeners’ World exhibition in Birmingham.  It was less slick than Chelsea, with few [ ... ]

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A contemporary cottage garden How to create a contemporary cottage garden

Hints and tips on designing a contemporary cottage garden   I am in the process of designing a small courtyard garden in Lymington.  The client would like a classic cottage garden with a c [ ... ]

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A well designed garden How to save money and have a beautiful garden

10 Reasons why employing a garden designer might save you money It really does feel like spring.  Despite the odd chance of frost at night and the still abundant showers, the days are getting  [ ... ]

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Fairweather's Garden Centre Beaulieu Fairweather's Garden Centre Love the Forest Initiative

Fairweathers’s Garden Centre Initiative for Spring Let’s reduce plastic bag usage and support ‘Love the Forest’ at the same time!   Since October 5th 2015 customers at all large UK s [ ... ]

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Yellow daffodils in your Easter Garden Using the colour yellow in a spring garden

Do you like the colour yellow in your garden?   Yellow in your garden for spring, by Debby Lockey garden designer Often when I am talking to clients about which colours they would like in th [ ... ]

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Growing sweet peas, Lathyrus odoratus, for summer fragrance

Growing sweet peas, Lathyrus odoratus, for summer fragrance Gardening blog by Debby Lockey Garden Design When to plant your seeds We are already into March and I’ve realised that I haven’t sown [ ... ]

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Vegetable growing with sunlight in your New Forest garden

Making the most of the sunlight for your vegetables   Winter jobs for the garden   With the weather being so wet I have been unable to get out into my own or my clients’ gardens for we [ ... ]

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Beautiful red Acer tree - the colours of autumn in your garden Debby Lockey Gardening Blog October 2015

Autumn colours in your Garden By Debby Lockey, local Garden Designer and’s gardening blog writer
Like most people who work outside, I feel that autumn is well and truly here. The nig [ ... ]

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