Gardens Designed in the Country
Designed by garden designer Helen Elks-Smith MSGD. Featured on the front cover of the Garden Design Journal.
By garden designer. Short-Listed for the Society of Garden Designers Awards 2012 in Planting Design Category.
By London garden designer Claudia de Yong. Claudia was asked by this client to design and plant a newly converted farm courtyard area which had already had the hard landscaping put down.
By London garden designer Cassandra Crouch. This large garden in Hertfordshire sits to the rear of a modern barn conversion owned by a young family.
By Surrey garden designer Linda Regel. Neglected areas of a garden around an Arts and Crafts style house in Surrey were redesigned to create interlinking garden rooms.
By Henley on Thames Garden Designer Jo Alderson Phillips.
Designed by West and South of England designer Amanda Patton MSGD. This garden, set in a valley just outside Bath, was made up of four distinct areas, bearing no relationship to each other, and all at different levels.
By Hampshire based garden designer Jennifer Gayler. A beautiful blend of traditional and contemporary, including such features as a walled garden with potager, a croquet lawn with topiary, a wild flower meadow, a modern water garden, woodland area and a driveway lined with rhododendrons and woodland groundcover. A garden to explore!
By Bedford based garden designer Graham A. Pavey. This is a delightful country garden which is opened to visitors each year.
By Henley On Thames garden designer Jo Alderson Phillips. This is a barn conversion in a Berkshire village.
By Norwich garden designer Jamie Miles. The garden was created to provide a space to relax for guests staying in this former Methodist Chapel now serving as luxury four star holiday accommodation.
By Cheshire garden designer Robert S. Frier. A windswept, poorly drained site is transformed into a formal sunken garden on a grand scale.
By Cambridge garden designer Paul Dracott. A Georgian house is set in large rural plot; the design was to integrate the new stone Orangery extension.
By Cambridge garden designer Spike Jackson. The propeperty is a Grade 1 listed Manor House on the western edge of London, with the oldest part (a four-bay Yeoman's Hall) dating back to the mid 14th century. Despite its many fascinating qualities, the house was essentially inward looking, and the clients wanted a pair of linked “outdoor rooms” for them to use to lounge in the sun or dine in the shade.
By Nottinghamshire garden gesigner Alice Bowe. A Traditional English country garden design in Nottingham complements this large Edwardian townhouse with its terraced 'garden rooms' and sustainable and eco-friendly design.
By Henley on Thames Garden Designer Jo Alderson Phillips. This garden was inspired by the wonderful Hidcote - not too far from the clients' home.
By Sussex and London based garden designers Julia Fogg and Anny Evason. Building work had ravaged this country cottage garden. We were asked to rejuvenate the soft landscaping and use plants that would form an informal tapestry of texture and colour.
By Sussex and London based garden designers Juila Fogg and Anny Evason. The challenge was to stretch a short wedge shaped garden, creating an illusion of greater width and depth.
By Sussex and London based garden designers Julia Fogg and Anny Evason. Mature fruit trees formed the focus for the gravel garden in this rural setting.
By Sussex and London based garden designers Julia Fogg and Anny Evason. Within this windy setting we were able to create a sunken ellipse offering a sunny and sheltered seating area with views to the rural landscape beyond.