Upmarket 5 * holiday cottage - a traditional Pennine garden for romantic getaways.
A modern executive home on a new estate – colourful planting scheme for all year interest.
A modern housing estate that backs on to a railway line – to create a little bit of Lakeland.
A modern garden with a challenging sloping lawn in two directions.
Old bungalow gets a contemporary facelift and garden makeover.
A sloping back garden with amazing harbour views. Sheltered seating with a coastal theme.
A large period property requiring a sympathetic design of the entrance courtyard as well as the back garden.
A large steeply sloping garden requiring TLC and the addition of period features and entertaining areas.
A small terrace back garden. Raised beds for occasional seating and cool colour planting.
Difficult access and level ‘issues’ – so needed to amalgamate existing structures and unify all materials.
Contemporary feel with curving rendered walls and hot colour planting.
Hotel garden with difficult access for the residents from the car park.
Sculptural walls to echo hills beyond and structural planting for year round interest.
Exposed hilltop garden and cobble detailing to represent 'swirling wind'.
Contemporary in a traditional setting with 'log feature' to hide oil tank.
Potager garden with sheltered seating to admire the views. Extensive use of recycled materials and dry stone walling.
Low maintenance front garden - Japanese inspiration.
Exposed, rural hillside location. Green roofed, concealed dog kennel and dedicated children's adventure play area.
Contemporary look in sympathy with the style of house. Low maintenance front garden.
Severe drainage problems - installed new land drains. Natural looking dry river bed running into water cascade and pond.