Our training and experience in Garden Design, Horticulture, Construction and Surveying is extensive. From small private gardens through to exclusive commercial projects – we are proud of our reputation and hope the following pages provide you with a taste of what we do best – designing and delivering remarkable gardens. Just take a look at our portfolio and testimonials…
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Passionate about great design that works in real life, we listen to our clients. We create beautifully detailed, hand-drawn designs and believe our planting surpasses all others. We love gardens!
The original and the best ‘Consultation Design’ service available. By far our most popular product, we can provide a detailed, scaled drawing on-site in 3 hours for £165!
With both experience and academic qualifications under our belt, we can truly offer you the most comprehensive design service around.
If you thought your garden was too small, large, shady or steeply sloping, don’t worry – we can work with your site to unlock it’s full potential. That’s a promise!
Both James and Jane have horticultural qualifications. More than that, they have years of experience working with plants of all types in all environments.
Q: How long will the process take from start to finish?
This can vary considerably. An on-site ‘Consultation Design’ for a small garden will be completed in just three hours, leaving you with a scaled sketch of your garden’s potential. If you have a larger site and wish us to take you through the full design process (including construction and planting), it can be up to a year.
Q: Will my designer listen to my needs and wishes?
Many customers express this concern when we first meet. I can assure you that your brief is the basis for our design. We will, of course, advise you if we feel there is good reason – design / technical – to divert from the brief. But it is our overriding aim to create a garden that you are delighted with and that works for you.
Remove any weeds before they have chance to grow and seed, then mulch the bare soil before the perennials start to emerge.
Now the soil is starting to warm up, the shrubs will be hungry after the winter. Apply a granular slow release feed around the roots.
Now is your chance to divide large bamboo plants and also prune figs
Deadhead daffodils then give them a liquid feed, don’t be tempted to remove the dead and dying foliage just yet.
It’s always time to wage war on slugs and snails – scatter pet friendly slug pellets around Hostas and other vulnerable plants.