A garden inspired by a road trip through Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California taking inspiration from The Painted Desert in Arizona, The Mohave Desert and The Colorado River.
The Green Roof is a garden viewed from above. its’ seasonally changing planting pattern works like a painting with defined geometry. It won a ProLandscaper ‘Big Impact “ Award in 2018.
Mud kitchen and sound garden with living woven Willow pods and a curved glowing path.
Soft ferns and Festucas cushion the ground in the rear garden where a commemorative stone statue of a boy sits amongst the foliage.
Commercial project with a city courtyard garden. The Wisteria Tree takes centre stage with Trachelospermum Jasminoides, Rosa Clare Austin, yellow Mexican satin flower and Sisyrinchium striatums in the boundary planters.
A large plot of land surrounding a 16th century Grade II Listed property set within bucolic, undulating Devon countryside. The garden is laid out with a series of mature hedges and stone walls.
Lush and green, a place to sit inside enveloped by tropical plants while looking out onto the outdoor space, blurring the boundaries between inside and out.
This is the skinniest garden done to date on a wrap around balcony in Clerkenwell. Ocean Liner in theme, the area is decked with dark boards, custom made steel coloured planters and a hardwood bespoke bench.
This steep sloping shady garden was enhanced with weathered limestone boulders and planted with Tree Ferns, three varieties of ferns, Anemones and Bluebells
A garden in the city filled with flowering perennials, Salvias, Rudbeckias Achillea, Anemone, Roses Clematis, flowering meadow and a lawned area. Structural trees provide shade for the family.
A fresh green and white planting scheme that compliments this imposing town house.
A white and green garden planted with Bamboo, Bananas, Olives and Thalictrum Davidii, Libertia Grandiflora, Japanese Spurge, white tulips and Anemones.
A meadow sown with British Native seeds including Purple Vetch, Ox Eye Daisy, Ragged Robin, Self Heal, Achillia, Millefolium and Black Knapweed
This front garden is home to structural mature trees with great Autumn colour and tall ironstone planters filled with Roses, Geums and Irises.
For the 2015 Valentino Red shoot I was asked to recreated spring/summer during the wettest October in years, with meadow flowers, grasses and roses.
A family garden with winter structure and many flowering perennials keeping to the clients colour scheme of purple, white and fresh green.