Examples of my work in larger country gardens, and at historical properties.

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  • Seating area

    Relaxed planting creates a timeless cottage feel. Private garden, Cambridgeshire

  • Salvia, Plectranthus, Amaranthus and Dahlias

    Planting at peak in August.

  • Italian Garden, Easton Lodge

    This project aimed to to provide a high impact display in one season, within a historic context, and contains many references to original planting.

  • Topiary and geometric forms.

    Box spirals and cones with mixed planting. Front garden to a country house.

  • Newly planted herbaceous border

  • Herbaceous border

    Same border one year on, viewed in other direction.

  • Combination of bright red and silver.

    This border settles down into pastel and muted colours once the tulips are over. The small tree is an Amelanchier.

  • Front Garden

    Orange & silver cottage planting

  • Aster 'Little Carlow'

    One of my favourite plants for late summer

  • Italian Garden, Easton Lodge

    New planting in the sun

  • Easton Lodge

    Plectranthus and various Salvias in mid-October

  • Easton Lodge

    Mid-October

  • Easton Lodge

    Planting still lush in mid-October

  • Easton Lodge planting in late afternoon sun

    One month after planting.

  • Circular woodland area

    Japanese maples with shade underplanting.

  • A retreat at back of the garden

  • View from the back

  • Long grass & willow structure

  • Informal path through new trees

  • Long grass & flower meadow

  • MIxed planting

    maintaining interest in autumn & winter

  • Living willow spiral structure

    freshly planted

  • Newly shaped borders ready for planting

  • The same border one year on

  • Late spring border

    The soft colours here give way to bold colours as the season progresses

  • Colour and interest in mid-November

  • Spring bulbs

    Naturalising in grass

  • Annual meadow

  • My own garden in June