Designing for Sustainable Gardens

Designing for Sustainable Gardens

Designing for Sustainable Gardens Do you want to create a sustainable garden and adopt sustainable gardening practices? In addition to gardening in a consciously sustainable way, reducing or preferably omitting use of pesticides for example, there are lots of measures...
Best Trees for Small Gardens

Best Trees for Small Gardens

Best Trees for Small Gardens Questions you need to ask. There are so many lovely trees for the smaller garden it makes it hard to choose. When I’m selecting one for a design project I start by focussing on what the tree is for and what the existing conditions are...
Design Tips for small gardens

Design Tips for small gardens

Design Tips for small gardens Where to start? When I embark on a new design project I start by trying to identify the character of the site, what makes it different or special. This doesn’t have to be ground-breaking detective work, but it does help if you are working...
Reflections on the Ascot Spring Show 2018

Reflections on the Ascot Spring Show 2018

Reflections on the Ascot Spring Show 2018 In April this year I exhibited a small show garden at the inaugural Ascot Spring Show. For its first year, I thought the show was remarkably well-organised and provided visitors with a great mix of inspiration, horticultural...
Covid 19 UpdateWe're Still Working!

Despite this being a very difficult and worrying time for us all our design studio is still working. We are still taking enquiries and giving consultations, albeit not face to face.
We can still make visits to your garden to carry out assessments and record site specific information by following government and NHS guidelines. We can enter via a side entrance or similar and stick to social-distancing guidelines or even have a consultation over FaceTime.
Now is a great time to make plans and to get out and enjoy your garden and the health benefits it brings. We need our gardens more than ever at the moment so please do give us a call.