Category Archives: Garden Designer and Landscapers

Design and landscaping for domestic clients in and around Cambridge, Peterborough, Kings Lynn, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

A short video showing a project from design to completion.

This garden was designed for a client in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire for a very small garden on the back of a new build home. The garden sloped down from the house to the bottom of the garden the view from the back window was mainly of the side-wall of the house behind them, so I needed […]

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Winters have passed, good designs last.

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My inspiration for this post came when I received an email from an old customer which began, “You transformed our wonderful garden, many moons ago, in Cambourne…”     I’d forgotten this one but, having been reminded, it is certainly worth sharing in a post as it is a good example of how a good […]

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A Simple Family Garden in Downham Market

Many people would never consider consider using a professional garden designer but surprisingly, a professional design can be great value for money for even the most basic garden needs.   These photos show just how much of a difference a good design can make to even a very simple family garden.   With a professional […]

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Modern Small Garden

Small gardens are very much the norm these days. They also tend to lack any privacy and can leave the owners feeling very exposed and uncomfortable about being overlooked by dozens of neighbouring windows.   It’s not often a practical solution to screen the garden with extra high fences and tall trees and shrubs as […]

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A great design project from a few years ago.

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I was privileged to be able to design a series of gardens and features at this prestigious property, including extensive new tree planting, meadow areas, four small formal gardens and a tree lined avenue. However the feature that I enjoyed designing the most is this devilishly deceptive maze.

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Contemporary Townhouse Garden

The rising cost of land and pressure for more housing has seen a huge rise in the popularity of town house accompanied by a trend for ever shrinking garden sizes.   First floor lounges and balconies are a great place to view your garden from, and for showing up a poor or weak design. Strong […]

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Designing with 3D software

I have slowly been making the change over to using 3D software to create my gardens designs. I must admit it’s quite a steep learning curve but it really does solve the problem of customers who are unable to visualise a garden from 2 D plans.   Though time consuming to produce I really do […]

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The smallest garden I have ever designed

This garden is exceptionally small, in fact there is barely enough room for a rotary washing line. Good design can make all the difference where space is limited by maximising the potential of every square inch. I this instance the garden has been realigned so that the new axis is from the kitchen doors to […]

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Creating an a-MAZE-ing feature.

Sorry about the red top headline, but today I am designing a large scale garden maze and it is the first one I have had the opportunity to design for a few years. I am really quite excited about this one, it is going to be quite a challenge, both to perfect my my idea and […]

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Vegetable plots can look stylish.

Many years ago I had the privilege of dining at Raymond Blancs restaurant, Le Manoir Aux Petit Quat Saisons, in Oxfordshire, there he has a particularly impressive vegetable garden where they grow many of the herbs and vegetables used in the restaurant. This productive garden only resembles your Grandad’s allotment tin so much as it is […]

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