I hope you’ve had a wonderful weekend, for those of us in the U.K. we’ve had an extra day which always feels like a nice bonus. It was lovely and warm with a fresh chill in the air, perfect gardening weather. I love this time of year, the garden is changing almost daily as plants […]
A complete garden makeover was required for this remodelled, mid 19th century house. The design features a kitchen garden, stylish entrance and plenty of practical elements.
Striking features and distinct areas are all brought together through a structured, cohesive design for this large, rural plot. Varied planting provides plenty of seasonal change.
Creative use of space in this narrow London garden provides three distinct seating areas, a narrow pool of water and lush planting that provides shape, texture, colour and seclusion.
This Courtyard Garden in Battersea was overlooked, devoid of plants and rarely used. Jill’s design flair transformed the space into an enjoyable, secluded space to relax.
Jill’s ‘Renew’ and ‘Spiral’ Show Garden design’s for the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show showcase her creative flair for structural planting and innovative use of materials.
The owners of this pretty house were completely stuck about how to improve their front garden, so they asked me to create a concept plan that they could implement.