Remington Oast

Remington Oast A new home conversion with a garden that consisted of plain turf and one weedy shrub border was crying out for a make-over. A twisting path was created to lead from the terrace beside the house down to a covered seating area at the opposite end of the garden which backed onto the […]

House Martins

House Martins This build provided its own set of challenges due to the gradient at which we had to work. The original garden was a bricked terrace area with a gradual slope, which led to a fenced off section at the bottom of the garden. The clients had a family wedding to prepare for, so […]

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Athansia This woodland garden offers a calming retreat from the turmoil of modern life. The design was inspired by the sudden death of Emma Peios in 2012 from leukaemia. Emma was a proud mother, loving wife and talented horticultural photographer; she was also a founder member of the Professional Garden Photographers’ Association (PGP). Epping Forest […]

Pennybridge House

Pennybridge House The house was undergoing a refurbishment and a few parts of the garden would have benefited from a makeover too. I was given the brief to create a garden directly from the house which would link it to the pool and gym complex, as well as asked to design a new terrace, that […]

Gun Green Oast

Gun Green Oast Located in a beautiful part of the Weald of Kent, this garden had been partly designed and the terrace area and white retaining walls were already present. I was first asked to do the planting around the seating area and along the side of the path. Although the garden was coming together, […]

Courtlands

Courtlands This was a new development, so I had a blank canvas with which to work. An English cottage garden was created with an angled path leading through the planted borders to a place of rest and relaxation. A large number of perennials and bulbs were used to provide colour, variety and interest throughout the […]