Design Portfolio

From concept to completion

Here you will find a selection of Jane’s work. Get in touch with her to find out how she can enhance your garden.

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A very odd shaped garden with a narrow ‘L’ hugging two sides of the house, with the main grass area being at the front. 

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The Manor is a truly beautiful house enjoying outstanding views. The interior of the property has been lovingly restored and the client wanted the garden to complement the house.

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A contemporary garden to reflect a contemporary-style house built in the mid-‘00s. To make the most of the sunshine the main terrace was built to the rear of the garden, with a sunken seating area to give more interest.

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A new build on a private gated estate, completed in 2015. This is the second garden Jane has completed for this client.  It was installed during the summer and the planting finished in October/November with the addition of hundreds of bulbs.

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A tiny space used to complement and extend the kitchen. Verdant foliage, lighting and a light metal pergola make this a delightful Mediterranean style garden that can be enjoyed for many months of the year and way beyond summer. 

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Working closely with architects the house and garden were gradually transformed over some years. The project continues, with the promise of a folly at some stage in the future. 

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A rural retreat and weekend cottage in a ‘chocolate-box’ Gloucestershire village. The garden is very narrow and on a slope, which made it dark and uninviting. 

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Of fairly new construction, the garden of this town house was on two levels. The lower level was completely covered in tree canopy and even with the removal of some of the trees the result was an area of deep shade.

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