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Mill Hill garden

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[metaslider id=888] The client, a keen gardener, had just moved to the property but wasn’t sure where to start with the garden. From the patio a straight path led to a large orange shed, which was the main thing you saw from the house. On the left of the path was a lawn and on […]

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Sue Mill Hill

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‘Thank you so much. The transformation is wonderful and all happened very quickly – from one year to the next. Your planting plan has really worked. I can’t wait until all the shrubs and trees mature and the birds start coming to feed as there were hardly any when I arrived here a couple of […]

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Highgate front garden

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This Victorian terrace front garden had become overgrown and the client, an artist and gardener herself, wanted cleaner more contemporary planting, while keeping the traditional hard landscaping. We decided to retain the lovely silver-leafed weeping pear as a dominant feature and create a strong design around that. In a front garden it is important that […]

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Harlesden front garden

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The designer’s own garden, this south facing plot was an opportunity to finally indulge in some favourite sun-loving plants. A new brick wall and hard landscaping of strong geometric shapes complement the aesthetics of the Edwardian architecture. A balance is struck between the formal practicality of a London front garden and Mediterranean planting. Deep flower […]

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Harlesden rear garden

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This north facing garden is situated on an upward slope, with a particularly steep rise just outside the house. It provides a tranquil and practical outdoor space as well as a beautiful view from the house. The hard landscaping was designed to complement the brickwork and strong architecture of the Edwardian town house and provide […]

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Notting Hill courtyard

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[metaslider id=749] Surrounded by high brick walls and tall buildings, this small basement garden presented a challenge. The aim was to provide attractive views from inside the house as well as a naturalistically planted space in which to relax and entertain. Even in a small garden it is possible to surprise and create and illusion […]

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Hackney courtyard

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A small garden, such as this, needs to function well as an additional room. The aim was to create a tranquil and peaceful retreat from town life as well as an attractive view from inside the house. A crab apple tree in the corner is a focal point, its blossom and fruits providing year round […]

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‘We love the garden – there is some new development every day. The cosmos are blooming, so is the climbing rose, the jasmine and the Achillea ‘Walther Funcke’. Please come and see the garden whenever you like! Huge thanks and all best wishes.’

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Finsbury Park

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[metaslider id=748]There were lots of interesting plants in this well cared for garden, but it needed a stronger design and focus. The aim was to create an urban retreat in which to relax and entertain. The client enjoys gardening and wanted an interesting variety of naturalistic planting that she could develop. The garden has three […]

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Anita Finsbury Park

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‘Gill’s understanding of shape, colour and design combined with her horticultural knowledge has had amazing results in my garden. I particularly like the way that she worked very sensitively to take into account my own taste and to broaden my knowledge of plants and how to care for them.’ Anita, Finsbury Park