Gardens Designed in the City
By London designer, Joanna Archer. The owners of this traditional, shady Victorian front garden wanted to resolve the problem of Copper Beech tree roots that obstructed the path to their door.
By London garden designer Claudia de Yong. A large Victorian House on the edge of London had an overgrown garden and a very uninteresting terraced patio which the owners were not using properly or happy with.
By garden designer Emma Plunket. The young couple who purchased this Kensington house sought Emma Plunket’s technical advice and creativity to transform the developer’s uninspiring garden.
This small contemporary garden was designed to beautifully compliment the ultra modern interiors of this Victorian terrace in Highgate, north London.
By London garden designer Declan Buckley. This plant-rich urban courtyard in a coastal town was designed for a passionate gardener and a cook.
By London garden designer Declan Buckley. On view year-round through floor to ceiling glazed walls, it is important that this garden keeps its good looks even in the depths of winter.
By London garden designer Declan Buckley. This contemporary family garden is softened by generous planting, giving it a green structure, splashes of colour and wafting scent throughout the seasons
By London garden designer Declan Buckley. Simplicity was the key to the design of this tiny urban back garden.
By London garden designer Declan Buckley. The idea of stepping over a channel of water into an earthly paradise has persisted since the earliest gardens were created in the Middle East centuries ago.
By London garden designer Josh Ward Garden Design. This typical London garden had low snaking walls, an awkward slope, limited light, a mirrored back wall and a very large protected Robinia pseudoacacia.
By London garden designer Charlotte Rowe. This large garden needed a complete overhaul. A French style 'parterre' was designed for the front garden. (A parterre is a formal garden construction on a level surface consisting of planting beds, edged in stone or tightly clipped hedging, and gravel paths arranged to form a pleasing, usually symmetrical pattern.)
By Henley On Thames garden designer Jo Alderson Phillips. This courtyard garden was designed for a newly single man who wanted a space in which to party!
By Henley On Thames garden designer Jo Alderson Phillips. This is our own garden here in Henley on Thames.
By London garden designer Ana Sanchez-Martin. The owner of this garden is a busy young London banker who wanted a really stylish outdoor space suitable for entertaining friends.
By London garden designer Charlotte Rowe. This large mature garden West London garden was in need of a complete overhaul so that it would fit better with the new owners' lifestyle and tastes.
By London garden designer Charlotte Rowe. The focal point of this central London garden is a stepping stone water feature which exploits the split levels of the site and creates a calm contemporary space.
By Garden Designers Modular Garden. The garden is a contemporary, low maintenance informal garden for outdoor entertainment and relaxation.
By Garden Designers Modular Garden. The garden is a contemporary, medium-maintenance informal garden for outdoor entertainment and relaxation.
By Garden Designers Julia Fogg and Anny Evason. The clients engaged us to provide a contemporary but also functional deck for their Victorian house as well as additional planting and paving in the garden.