• Straight lines and lush planting

    This garden had great bones. The client had already installed a garden room and pergola, screens at the rear and stone filled gabions as the boundary. 2 small beds had been created between rows of terracotta brick pavers and many plants in beautifully selected pots. What was missing, was plants! A desire to fill this south facing garden with tropical leafy plants and hot coloured blooms worked well with the terracotta pavers and it gets the heat for them to thrive.
  • A Sloping Wildlife Garden

    This tricky plot in Crystal Palace was over grown with weeds and lacked any structure or direction. The challenging sloping site made it difficult...
  • Privacy & lawn in Sydenham

    A beautiful large garden in the heart of Sydenham needed added privacy and easy transitions across different levels in the garden.
  • City Courtyard

    A small garden, in South East London turned wildlife oasis. The brief for this tiny plot was to pack in as many wildlife elements as possible, whil...
  • Woodland Hideaway

    As part of a large garden, the area beneath these large Conifers is a favourite spot for this family in South Norwood. Used as a fire pit area, we ...
  • Modern Decking

    A modern decking design in a small city garden.
  • A Wildlife Pond In An Easy To Manage To Garden

      Adding a small pond brings in copious wildlife even in a small garden. I added this pond into what was a shrub area in a low maintenance garden ...