A garden can be a thing of wonder. It can inspire poetry, be a playground for pleasure and offer a haven of peace and tranquility. Over the centuries gardens have given countless people a source of joy and a place that they love.
As a Garden Designer my aim is to create contemporary, sustainable gardens and landscapes which enhance the lives of those who use them, connecting the house to the landscape whilst respecting the wider environment.
My objective is to help you realise the full potential of your plot, whether a town house garden or large country landscape. Combining imagination with experience I can help turn even the most unpromising site into a beautiful, harmonious space.
As a client you will be central to the design process. Working with you I hope to create something individual and unique. Employing a professional and experienced garden designer will take the anxiety out of the design process and avoid costly mistakes.
Please take time to look at my portfolio which I hope will stimulate thoughts about how your garden could benefit from my services.
I would be delighted to hear from you.
The brief from this Grade II listed Quaker meeting house garden was for an enclosed, contemplative, tranquil space. The circular design means it can be used for outdoor meetings for worship. Plants were chosen for their historic associations with the Quaker plant hunters in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and Quaker plant nurseries and…Read Meeting House
Catherine Thomas sings the praises of meadows and wildflowers. When I drive around the Wiltshire countryside in summer I take care not to spend too long enjoying the roadside verges. I find them so inspiring that I’m in danger of not looking at the road ahead. So many garden plants are descendants of our native…Read JULY – Growing Wild