Ishmaelandscape’s George Ishmael receives Britain in Bloom Gold Award George & Anna Ishmael receiving a Gold award certificate for the Norwich Business Improvement District. The certificate was presented by Iolo Williams.
City College Students with their perennial bed at Assembly House. They are Britain in Bloom Finalists 2016. Photo by Terry Bane.
My Garden This is my garden at home and you can see the ideas that i’ve been working on over the last 20 years here. Here is a link to the project page.
This page illustrates how we found the garden originally and the work we carried out to redesign it.
Ishmaelandscape’s George Ishmael receives UN-sponsored LivCom Awards The LivCom Awards, launched in 1997, is the only international competition focussing on best practice in the management of the local environment. The awards, endorsed by the United Nations Environment Programme, aim to
Churchyards often represent an under-used resource despite their interest in terms of heritage and wildlife. In recent years there has been much interest in rural churchyards, which are often managed in a sympathetic way, but many urban churchyards remain neglected
Setting a fine example of Ishmaelandscape‘s practice of encouraging collaborative working within a network of artists and local activists, George Ishmael & Friends of Norwich in Bloom, developed a Norwich Twin City Friendship garden in Koblenz as part of the
Anglia in Bloom Competition Judging Regular involvement in the various In Bloom competitions is a useful benchmark for the environmental, social and economic health of a community. Through The Friends of Norwich in Bloom, Norwich is part of the regional
Britain is rich in historic landscapes and most visitors come to see something of the heritage we are so well known for. Most of our historic sites are well documented, for instance there is a National Register of Historic Parks
The landscape and garden design industry is an expanding area which, in recent years, has benefited enormously from exposure in the media and a burgeoning public interest in garden visiting, historic buildings and landscapes. There is a growing need for