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Below are some examples of previous private garden projects that I’ve completed. Click on the pictures to see before and after photos of each project.

This good sized rear garden in Beaconsfield was in need of a new lease of life.

The front garden of this house on a hill in Hazlemere was plain and uninspiring. The brief was to make it low maintenance but interesting and colourful.

This long, steep rear garden in Haazlemere was in need of a complete rethink to make it work for family life.

The large rear garden of this family home in Penn was overgrown and full of concrete!

The area at the rear of this beautiful tudor style property in Bray was worn out and out of keeping with the house and the rest of the garden. The brief was to create an attractive and spacious entertaining area.

This good sized back garden in Booker has been well used for family life over the years but was now in need of a fresh look and a new lease of life. A combination of midnight slate paving slabs, oak sleepers and new turf made the garden look and feel bigger and also made it more practical both for day to day life and for entertaining.

The couple who live in this semi-detached house in Uxbridge have always dreamed of having an interesting and colourful front garden.

The back garden of this modern detached house in Tylers Green was plain and impractical. The brief was to create a garden fit for entertaining.

This large sloped rear garden in Tylers Green was in desperate need of a new lawn and definition to it’s borders.

The low garden wall at the front of this semi-detached house in Tylers Green was crumbling away and the rest of the front garden and driveway was also very tired.

The paving at the rear of this detached house in Hazlemere had become uneven and impractical. The brief was to create a larger, more attractive patio finished off with a unique water feature.

This Japanese style garden, complete with pergola and fish pond, replaced an old flowerbed which had become hard work to look after.

This small back garden in Hazlemere has been lovingly planted and cared for over the years but was in need of a new patio and fence.

This section of a rear garden in Holmer Green was in need of a rethink. The solution was a tiered raised bed with contrasting planting and a stepping stone path through an alpine garden below.

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The back garden if this detached house in Maidenhead required a makeover following an extension to the rear of the house. This included a new path, together with a pond and waterfall.

This back garden makeover included the laying of a large new patio with curved edge, improving and landscaping around the existing decking and making the whole garden more family friendly, low maintenance and attractive

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The small, south-facing garden at this brand new house in Hazlemere was a blank canvas but is now a beautiful cottage garden, complete with a solar-powered water feature and packed full of flowering herbaceous perennials

The large flowerbeds in the front garden/driveway of this Stables conversion in Romsey had become very overgrown and unmanageable. With the new planting, crushed slate and gravel pathway, the area is now both attractive and low maintenance.

The new Pebble Pool is surrounded by colourful gravel and planted with a mixture of grasses and herbs

The new Pebble Pool is surrounded by colourful gravel and planted with a mixture of grasses and herbs

This walled garden under the shade of a large Sycamore tree used to be a wasted space

This rockery softens the transition between levels in a large country garden

This pathway and wall were part of a whole driveway makeover

This square garden was  bland but now has shape and character

This pond reflects its surroundings beautifully, is deep enough for fish and is finished off with three stepping stones

This raised bed was transformed into a multi-purpose area with a pond at the centre, surrounded by herbs

Half Barrel Water Feature