Norfolk A 17th Century Dutch gable ended farmhouse with contemporary wings either side to create a new walled garden for entertaining. The Garden provides shelter from the North Norfolk winds. Corten steel edged beds giving a sense of balance: their symmetry echoing off the original building. The central beds are planted with a myriad of […]

Holland Park III

Holland Park III The client’s request for this project was to create a very simple scheme using Hydreangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’, Buxus balls along with Allium ‘Mont Blanc’. Two table top Liquidambar styraciflua trees frame a bench. Beautiful Italian limestone pathways and steps give the garden structure and elegance, whilst screens of lime trees were added […]


Gloucestershire The White Garden. The original Marcus Barnett design layout, including the Amelanchier and beech hedging was retained whilst the planting was renewed. The flowering season begins with Snowdrops, moving to Narcissus ‘Thalia’, Allium ‘Mont Blanc’ and ‘Mount Everest’, a variety of Hydrangeas, Miscanthus sinensis, and white Agapanthus. Landscape Contractor – MT Gardens Ltd Photography […]


Buckinghamshire A beautiful garden surrounding a recently built family home, where circulation around the house is important to the client. Distinct areas including a woodland walk on the shadier side of the house were created. Summer herbaceous borders, a species rich meadow with multi stem Parrotia persica, a new terrace for entertaining and a structured […]

Clapham Common

Clapham Common A unique and contemporary house designed by Blyth Wyatt Budd. The rendered walls and curved copper roof inspired the design for this garden, creating layers of planting. Like theatre stage props, the garden appears larger as the boundaries are lost from view. The curved rill and playful water spouts sit alongside a dining […]

Holland Park I

Holland Park I The garden was designed around the classically-proportioned pavilion created by Simon Morray-Jones Architects. The generous and well-detailed spaces, created for entertaining, include a sunken terrace, with a bespoke fire pit and fan-assisted heating beneath the seating to ensure that enjoyment of the garden need not stop on cool evenings. The bespoke Water […]

Holland Park II

Holland Park II Described by the Evening Standard as “a garden of cool green repose”, the brief for this contemporary garden was to form a visual extension of the interior space, while creating a generous area in which to relax, entertain or to hold business meetings. The use of the terrace is extended during wet […]


Hampshire Informal family garden built around a new conservatory and swimming pool linking the house with the existing tennis court. After the installation of a new dramatic curved garden wall, the brief was to incorporate extensive herbaceous planting and new trees extending the garden further out into grassland lawns with wildflower areas. Landscape Contractor – […]

Kensington I

Kensington I The simplicity of this design reflects the elegant proportions and muted tones of the interior created by The Design House and Snell David Architects. Primarily used for entertaining, with space for children to play, the garden also provides a walkway to the clients’ main property and garden. The pergola structure and its retractable […]

Kensington II

Kensington II A garden created around intimate spaces from which to enjoy the garden as a whole. The many existing levels were maintained and linked with colourful planting – tulips and agapanthus. Being located above an underground swimming pool complex completed several years previously, there were many challenges, such as limited soil depths and weight […]