From the outset you can expect a highly professional and efficient service.
I believe in developing a strong working relationship with each client and think it important that every stage of the design is discussed in detail with you, so that your needs are met as well as those of the site itself.
After discussing your ideas and requirements, my first step is to analyse the garden and consider the existing property and landscape. By using complementary materials and ground shapes, the new garden will sit comfortably with the house and its surroundings.
The design of a new garden is not something that can be rushed. It must be approached methodically and there is much detailed information to be analysed. Not only would I bring creative flair and an innovative solution, but the finished garden would add significant value to the property.
HNC Garden Design, at Sparsholt College, Hampshire.
City and Guilds Advanced National Certificate in Horticulture (Landscape Practice), at Sparsholt College, Hampshire. Awarded the glass "Landscape Bowl" for Best Practical Student on the course.
Show Garden In September 2004 I entered a show garden at the Amateur Gardening Show held at the Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. My garden of illusion, titled "Purple Phantasmagoria", won a Gold Medal and First Prize - a cheque for £1,000 and a commemorative glass bowl was presented by Tommy Walsh of "Ground Force".