Garden Projects to inspire you

Copley farm

Copley farm This garden needed privacy and rather than the usual high wall, the client wanted to consider a greener option more fitting to the rural landscape whilst offering a very classical, formal boundary. This Carpinus (Hornbeam) hedge was imported from a specialist grower in Europe and planted as a mature hedge.

Jason and Rhianna’s garden

Jason and Rhianna’s garden This garden is intended to be a space to relax in and enjoy with friends. The absence of a lawn has been compensated with lush and full planting that although looks daunting, is relatively easy to maintain. There are two seating areas to make the most of the available sun and...

Tony and Lyn’s garden

Tony and Lyn’s garden Although the garden is not too large, it is large enough to be a challenge when it comes to maintaining a multi-level plot. The different levels are divided up with retaining walls constructed with treated Larch, the bark has been left on here to give added interest. The intention with this...

Lodge Garden

Lodge Garden This large country garden enjoys open views across the local landscape and as such is very exposed to the prevailing winds. Low maintenance as well as hardy plant choices were critical, so the use of wild flower meadow planting was used to create colour interest and wildlife habitat for the majority of the...

Johnathan’s Garden

Johnathan's Garden Johnathan takes a full and active interest in his garden at home in spite of some challenges that include limited sight. He enjoys nothing more than sharing his garden with friends- so the brief for this garden had to include a very simple layout with a series of non-slip but attractive paths to...

Keith’s Garden

Keith's Garden Keith and his family had lived in their home for many years but the time finally came when he was now living alone and finding the maintenance of the garden a real concern. Andi and Keith took the time to sit and discuss the options which included moving house or paying a contractor...