Special offer – Spring flowers planting is coming!

Although Spring is far away it is time to start thinking of your Spring flowers as time to plant them begins soon (Oct-Nov).

To help you with that I’ve prepared a special offer.

I’ve selected a good quality bulbs that will present best in your garden:

  • Bluebell – 50 for £10.00
  • Crocus – 80 for £7.00
  • Daffodil – 70 for £20.00
  • Hyacinth – 20 for £15.00
  • Iris – 75 for £10.00
  • Ornamental onion (Allium) – 20 for £10.00
  • Snowdrop – 45 for £7.00
  • Tulip – 50 for £20.00

Snowdrops are first sign of spring and nectar source for bees. Bluebells are best placed under deciduous trees. Crocuses look beautiful on your lawn. Daffodils add bright sunshine yellow to your borders. Hiacinths blue heads spread beautiful fragrance. Irises tall and magnificent will brighten late spring. Tulips in all rainbow colours are the essential addition to your garden.

You can mix and match any combination but only the multiples of the sets given. If you’re not sure what flowers suits you best or what quantities you need I’m happy to advise in this matter.

The price for the planting will be £10.00 for each 50 bulbs. The minimum order must be £30.00 (150 bulbs) for planting.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT: To get a 30% (up to £20.00) off your planting cost leave me a (reasonably positive) review on Yell and I’ll send you a refund afterwards.

If you’re interested or want to know more details please contact me.


Garden design and installation on E14 3GG

Garden after planting and tidying

This weekend I’ve worked at Schooner Close, Isle of Dogs.

Before I started garden was full of overgrown shrubs, wilted plants, empty pots, randomly placed plants, weeds in the gravel and between patio bricks.

Garden before work

Garden before work


Garden already consist of brick beds, paved path and gravel. My task was to revitalize the garden and make it more colourful, clean and tidy.

Crown reduction

There were 2 trees with crown overhanging the North wall. It had to be removed as it was shading off one of the beds.

Tree crowns overshadowing  the garden

Tree crowns overshadowing the garden


Soil inside the beds was bone dry and lifeless. I’ve added fertilisers: dried chicken manure, rockdust and blood & bone meal. Every day I watered it heavily.

Garden planting

The plants selected for this garden were

  • Christmas box (Sarcococca hookeriana) Ghorepani
  • Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) Bombshell
  • Fuchsia Delta’s Sara
  • Arum Lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) Crowborough
  • Fuchsia Riccartonii
  • Fishpole bamboo (Phyllostachys aurea)
  • Aster Mönch, Patricia Ballard, White Ladies
  • Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Düsterlohe
  • Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida)
  • Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) Magnus
Hydrangea Bombshell and 2 Phlox Düsterlohe

Hydrangea Bombshell and 2 Phlox Düsterlohe

All of them flower in different parts of the year, some are evergreen shrubs, some annual flowers. Majority of them also attract beneficial insects and most importantly bees.


Last element was to remove weeds from the gravel areas, from between slabs and from front garden. I don’t use pesticides, so manually removed the big ones and used vinegar weed killer to spray the small ones.

After the weekend garden was looking much better.

Garden after planting and tidying

Garden after planting and tidying

Clearing Emily’s garden on E14 3AA

Emily garden - before clearing

Today I’ve worked on Harbinger Road, Isle of Dogs. The task was to do a garden clearance: tree pruning, lawn mowing,  weed removal and general tidy up.

Above you can see how garden looked before clearing: overhanging branches, tall grass with weeds, rubbish, bamboo growing over and through the fence.

And this is how it looked 8 hour later:

Emily garden - after clearance

Emily garden – after clearance

Left wall before:

Left  wall - before weeding and removing climbers

Left wall – before weeding and removing climbers

Left wall after:

Left wall - after clearing

Left wall – after clearing

Right wall before:

Right wall - before removing climbers and bamboo

Right wall – before removing climbers and bamboo

Right wall after:

Right wall - after removal of unwanted vegetation

Right wall – after removal of unwanted vegetation

If you want your garden cleared like this please contact us.

Garden design for backyard on E14 3HN

Design for a garden with lawn, raised beds, fruit trees, bushes, perennial flowers and herbs.

First image shows a shrub layer. What is presented there are:

  • ferns
  • blackberry
  • raspberries
  • strawberries
  • red, white, black currants
  • yellow, green, red gooseberries
  • blueberries
  • lavenders
  • foxgloves
Garden design - shrub and ground layer

Garden design – shrub and ground layer

Second image shows tree layer with:

  • peach
  • apricot
  • cherry
  • nectarine
  • pear
  • plum
  • apple
Garden design - tree layer

Garden design – tree layer

If you want your garden design like this please contact us.

Get a free year of garden maintenance

Let us design and plant your garden and get FREE year of Good Look garden care plan.

Our proposition for your garden is different than the usual industry standard. Instead of grass and evergreen shrubs we prefer meadows, flowers, fruit bushes and trees. This probably sounds like a lot of work and maintenance – but it isn’t.

To prove that and build your confidence we’re offering a whole year of FREE basic maintenance called Good Look plan (12 months after installation date)

This only applies to the new plantings and features we will add to your garden. Don’t expect us to mow your existing grass every fortnight 😉

Offer valid for designs approved before 1st of July

Email is working again

After yesterday’s switch of DNS servers the email stopped working.

Good news was that this site was now available under its own domain: permaradise.com

This caused problems in the system and my email stopped being redirected to correct mailbox. After reading some information on the web I’ve managed to find the culprit, remove it and add proper forwarding.

Not much of a gardening news but at least you can now contact us again.

Permaradise is online

Finally I’ve found some time to update this page.

I’ve added 2 basic pages: What we do and Contact us.

I’ve set up the domain to point to this location that should activate within next 30 hours.

Expect some progress in the near future: better design, improved content, some more blog posts.