18 May Keeping it in the family. OnlineGardenDesigns.ie to show case at Bloom
Keeping it in the family. OnlineGardenDesigns.ie to show case at Bloom
Joe Eustace grew up with a shovel and rake in his hand helping his dad, Ken, in the garden. He went on to earn a degree in Landscape Architecture from UCD and amazingly won the Bord Bia Cultivating Talent award becoming the youngest ever designer to bring a show garden to Bord Bia Bloom. This duo really is the winning combination!
Joe and his father, Ken, started an online garden design company, (Onlinegardendesigns.ie), which offers an accessible and affordable landscape design service. The aim is to open the online service to all budget levels and the opportunity for clients to work with an experienced and dedicated team who will transform your outdoor space into a year-round stunning garden experience
The Online Garden Design packages are developed to achieve the best result, the team of landscapers and horticulturists work collaboratively to develop a custom design in any package you choose.
The message is clear – If you want to add some wow-factor to your garden, please check out Online Garden Designs! They come to you with a fresh and modern approach to garden design. The best part? You can access services online and from the comfort of your own home. Don’t wait any longer, let Joe, Ken and their team create the garden of your dreams!
With Bloom 2023 opening on the 1st June to the public and running for 5 days, Joe is now in full build mode, moving his creative from paper to reality. His garden, The Next Step, is a concept garden that depicts a person’s journey through life. Like life itself, unpredictability is at the core of this design reflected with undulating paths, focal points and destinations within the landscape. Visitors will ponder to find what the next correct step is to move around the garden, however there is no one path. Sustainably sourced planting used in the design will be recycled into future projects following the festival, along with all steel and glassworks.