Glenna Partridge Garden Design

(604) 716-4790

Business Description
Glenna Partridge Garden Design is a boutique landscape design studio that specializes in creating residential garden spaces in Vancouver, British Columbia since 2000.

My philosophy is simple. I want to create beautiful, livable, social spaces through thoughtful design. Attention to my clients aesthetic, respecting the essence of a site, and a direct hands-on approach to design and maintenance have been the key to my success as a designer.

As well as offering consultation, design, installation and maintenance services I collaborate with other garden professionals/artists to help bring my vision to life.

Follow me on twitter: @GlennaPartridge

Certification and Awards
Best of Houzz Award 2013 / 2014 -
Landscape Architects and Designers
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Vancouver, BC CA 
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glennasgarden@shaw.ca 
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Two words: periwinkle kitchen.
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I have murdered several large expensive indoor trees.... I have a spot that could use one now but my husband put his foot down.
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Hi Michelle. I planted peach coloured dahlias and ipomea ( sweet potato vine) under the palm. I hope this helps!
April 6, 2014 at 10:03am   
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Hi Ceylan,
The plant is a variegated Brugmansia. The common name is Angel's Trumpet. This one has beautiful scented peach flowers in the summer. I hope this helps!
Glenna

PS. Another name for it is Datura.
April 3, 2014 at 10:50am   
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thank you very much for your prompt reply! I thought it was a burgmensia but I was not sure since the shade in the photo was too strong.
much appreciated!

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Hi! I'm designing a raised vegetable garden for my clients and really like your raised beds and design. I'm assuming the wood is cedar or redwood. My space is quite a bit smaller than what you have but I'm trying to build something similar. Are the bed widths 4' across? Any dimensions would help me greatly... Great job....hope mine look as good as yours. :-)

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Hi Glenna,

The boxes are actually built with pressure treated wood (PTF) with a 2x6"redwood cap. The PTF is made with a copper based treatment sand it's completely safe for growing food in. If you use cedar or redwood you'll need to line the boxes with something like Miri-drain (sp). It is a drain tile that is used for draining water away form substructures (the concrete walls of a basement, let's say). If you don't use something like that the boxes will rot very quickly. These boxes are 4' wide with different lengths. They are 18" tall. I fell that 4' is an ideal width.

Best of luck!
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Hi! I'm designing a raised vegetable garden for my clients and really like your raised beds and design. I'm assuming the wood is cedar or redwood. My space is quite a bit smaller than what you have but I'm trying to build something similar. Are the bed widths 4' across? Any dimensions would help me greatly... Great job....hope mine look as good as yours. :-)

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Hi Glenna,

The boxes are actually built with pressure treated wood (PTF) with a 2x6"redwood cap. The PTF is made with a copper based treatment sand it's completely safe for growing food in. If you use cedar or redwood you'll need to line the boxes with something like Miri-drain (sp). It is a drain tile that is used for draining water away form substructures (the concrete walls of a basement, let's say). If you don't use something like that the boxes will rot very quickly. These boxes are 4' wide with different lengths. They are 18" tall. I fell that 4' is an ideal width.

Best of luck!
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Hi! I'm designing a raised vegetable garden for my clients and really like your raised beds and design. I'm assuming the wood is cedar or redwood. My space is quite a bit smaller than what you have but I'm trying to build something similar. Are the bed widths 4' across? Any dimensions would help me greatly... Great job....hope mine look as good as yours. :-)

Thanks!
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Hi Glenna,

The boxes are actually built with pressure treated wood (PTF) with a 2x6"redwood cap. The PTF is made with a copper based treatment sand it's completely safe for growing food in. If you use cedar or redwood you'll need to line the boxes with something like Miri-drain (sp). It is a drain tile that is used for draining water away form substructures (the concrete walls of a basement, let's say). If you don't use something like that the boxes will rot very quickly. These boxes are 4' wide with different lengths. They are 18" tall. I fell that 4' is an ideal width.

Best of luck!
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Hi! I'm designing a raised vegetable garden for my clients and really like your raised beds and design. I'm assuming the wood is cedar or redwood. My space is quite a bit smaller than what you have but I'm trying to build something similar. Are the bed widths 4' across? Any dimensions would help me greatly... Great job....hope mine look as good as yours. :-)

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Hi Glenna,

The boxes are actually built with pressure treated wood (PTF) with a 2x6"redwood cap. The PTF is made with a copper based treatment sand it's completely safe for growing food in. If you use cedar or redwood you'll need to line the boxes with something like Miri-drain (sp). It is a drain tile that is used for draining water away form substructures (the concrete walls of a basement, let's say). If you don't use something like that the boxes will rot very quickly. These boxes are 4' wide with different lengths. They are 18" tall. I fell that 4' is an ideal width.

Best of luck!
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Hi @Glenna Partridge Garden Design I haven't found it in yet in any of our local wholesalers but I'm still checking with a few of the smaller niche growers.
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You might be able to find it at www.hawaiianbotanicals.com in Richmond 604) 270-7712
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Hi! I'm designing a raised vegetable garden for my clients and really like your raised beds and design. I'm assuming the wood is cedar or redwood. My space is quite a bit smaller than what you have but I'm trying to build something similar. Are the bed widths 4' across? Any dimensions would help me greatly... Great job....hope mine look as good as yours. :-)

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Hi Glenna,

The boxes are actually built with pressure treated wood (PTF) with a 2x6"redwood cap. The PTF is made with a copper based treatment sand it's completely safe for growing food in. If you use cedar or redwood you'll need to line the boxes with something like Miri-drain (sp). It is a drain tile that is used for draining water away form substructures (the concrete walls of a basement, let's say). If you don't use something like that the boxes will rot very quickly. These boxes are 4' wide with different lengths. They are 18" tall. I fell that 4' is an ideal width.

Best of luck!
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Can you be more specific on the "hanging raspberry"? Do you have the botanical name? It is quite lovely in your picture.
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My tulips and pansies did great this year.
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Hi tobyloo67,
The plant is Coleus 'Sedona' . I hope this helps!
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I was fortunate to have hired Glenna last summer even though it was at her busiest time of the year. She overhauled my small patio garden, chose gorgeous plant...
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Glenna has a beautiful design sense and wonderful, dependable delivery. She will really listen to what your needs and desires are for you garden space then ...
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Working with Glenna was a pleasure. She understood everything that we wanted from our deck and made it a reality. It was important for us to have greenery all...
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As home designer (finishes & interior decor) I collaborated with Glenna Partridge in planning the synchronicity of inside & outside, with special regard for the...
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I have watched in awe over the past decade as Glenna continues to impress not only her clients, but other gardeners and designers in the industry. While her wor...
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I had the pleasure of working with Rosemary Sleigh Design with an ongoing project in the Shaughnessy neighbourhood in Vancouver. She was very clear and concise ...
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