Wildlife Pond Garden Previous Next The Project Drawings and ideas for a wildlife pond and surrounding space. The clients were looking for a design for their large front lawn that would include a wildlife pond and improve the transition from the house into the garden. They wanted a seating area and planting to help create […]
Church Community Garden Previous Next The Project The church were looking to create a community garden in the grounds to the front of the church, following the relocation of existing gravestones which created an open space for use by the congregation and wider community. The brief was to create gathering spaces outside the church, to […]
Family Garden Previous Next The Project The garden was partially constructed following a new extension to the house. Plans were drawn up to create a new lawn and a space for a summer house linking the two main areas of the garden. Existing borders were re-shaped and new planting areas added. A number of new […]
Front Garden Previous Next The Project This small front garden had a tiny lawn which the client wanted to replace with planting. The brief was to create a planting scheme that would give year round interest, colour and be suited to a north facing aspect.
Woodland Garden Previous Next The Project This family garden is located within a tree preservation order, which gives it woodland feel. Working with the existing patio, an additional level seating area was created to take advantages of the afternoon sun. The levels work with the natural slope of the garden. The plants chosen are all […]
Harrogate Flower Show 2019 Previous Next The Project The show garden represented a tiny urban balcony, courtyard or pavement frontage, and aimed to demonstrate how even the smallest space can be packed with plants and create an antidote to the hardscape, noise and pollution of busy city streets. The design was intended to be flexible […]
Wild Garden Previous Next The Project The development of a field area consisting of mainly mown grass into a wild garden with new woodland, wildflower meadows and seating areas. Areas of new planting have been developed using a mix of native wildflowers and non-native naturalistic perennials. Native holly, hazel and mixed hedges divide the spaces.
Walled Garden Previous Next The Project This walled garden comprised a very uneven lawn and a narrow border along one wall. The brief was to create seating areas that took advantage of the sun at certain times of the day, including a main patio and entertainment space, and a smaller area enjoying a view through […]
Country Garden Previous Next The Project A full masterplan was drawn up for a new build guided by elements of the former garden. The main brief for the garden was to maintain views of the valley, retain a large lawn area and create new borders with colourful, cottage style planting. The site is very exposed […]