Here's some of my work to help inspire you.

This garden belonged to a Grade II listed early Georgian school house in a central village location. A new oak-framed extension had recently been built with large picture windows looking out on to the garden.

I was commissioned to develop a planting design for this small front garden in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

This is a small south-facing front garden to a traditional double-fronted new build property in Hampshire. 

For this village garden, my clients wanted a larger patio area, generous planting and a space for growing vegetables. 

My hampshire clients had recently had a new fire pit built but there were no other features in the garden and it was unplanted.

Following complete refurbishment of this house and terrace in Hampshire, the garden had been levelled and new topsoil brought in, creating a blank canvas. 

This garden design project involved a complete redesign of a medium sized rural garden in Hampshire with lovely open views to the rear.

The clients needed a new terrace and planting layout around the house to complement their new modern extension.

This garden surrounded a grade II listed Georgian Hampshire house and included a tennis court, stream and large rectangular lawn, with a number of mature trees and shrubs.

This Hampshire Georgian house was in a great setting with open views and a large area of lawn to the rear, but there was no existing garden as such due to foraging deer frustrating all previous attempts at planting. 

In June 2008 Thrive, the charity that uses gardening to change the lives of disabled people, ran a competition to re design their Battersea Park garden.

This garden design project was for a narrow, curving roof terrace overlooked by office buildings and within sight of Paddington Station, London.

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