Welcome to The Mountain Gardener™, the home of garden designs inspired by nature. Chartered Horticulturist, Garden Designer and keen naturalist Tom Angel creates outdoor spaces that are imaginative, exciting, and at one with their surrounding environment. Beautiful, imaginative and wildlife-friendly planting is at the very core of Tom’s garden designs, alongside a pragmatic approach that will ensure your garden gives you joy for many years.
Tom also offers a consultancy service, providing a range of services for private and commercial clients including property managers, land agents and residents' associations. Services include preparing or advising on maintenance schedules and specifications.
From his studio in the highlands of Scotland, Tom is available for projects all across Scotland, the U.K. and abroad.
Tom provides a full garden design service. From his studio in Aviemore Tom is able to offer garden design services wherever you are, be that Inverness, Aberdeen, elsewhere in Scotland or further afield.
If you don’t actually need a full design, but do need help with planting choices, then Tom can provide detailed planting plans for you with all the information you will need.
Tom is a Chartered Horticulturist with a great deal of experience in commercial gardening and grounds maintenance. For clients looking for private or commercial maintenance schedules, or any kind of related report, drop Tom a line today.
Evaluation, ideas, and detailed feedback on the state of your garden. An affordable alternative to a full design for those wanting to carry out work themselves. These also make a great gift for keen gardeners.
Now is a good time of year to carry out some lawn repairs. It’s fine to do this work in the winter too, but I start thinking about non-essential tasks like this as soon as plant and grass growth has slowed a bit. We can also touch on other common lawn issues and the essentials of keeping a lawn that doesn’t deteriorate over the years, without going to excessive expense.
Pruning, especially tree pruning, is something that fills many gardeners with dread, but it need not. There is no doubt that as you prune more trees you will become better at it, but you're unlikely to kill any while you're honing your skills, and generally the worst you will do is give yourself an ugly tree for a while. So be brave!