Gardening is something that truly resonates with my soul, no pun intended (well, maybe a little).
I grew up surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Epping Forest in Essex. My mum was a professional gardener, and my grandfather had an incredible talent and passion for gardening as well. However, it took me nearly 30 years to realise my true calling. I had various experiences
working in the building industry, earning a degree in fashion design, and even trying my hand at being a self-employed interior designer. It was by chance that I stumbled upon landscape gardening, and after studying garden design in college, I had the opportunity to assist a good friend who is a professional landscape gardener and garden designer. Through this experience, I absorbed his knowledge and eventually started my own journey.


After spending a decade as a garden designer and landscaper, I encountered some health issues that made physical landscaping challenging. I found myself yearning to dig my hands into the soil, so I decided to expand my knowledge by studying with The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). This led my wife and me to move from the leafy suburbs of London to Turleigh, a charming old village in Wiltshire, which further fueled my love for gardening.




Designing and planning the planting for a garden can feel overwhelming when faced with a new space or the need for change in an existing garden. That’s where I come in to lend a helping hand. Whether your garden dreams involve attracting abundant wildlife, growing delicious fruits and vegetables, creating family-friendly areas for relaxation and cooking, ensuring the kids have a wonderful time, or a combination of these aspirations, we can assist you every step of the way. From our initial conversation and survey to the design process, liaising with our team of landscapers, and finally, the planting stage, we are here to bring out the full potential of your garden. A truly remarkable garden awaits you, one that will enhance your day-to-day life and add value to your property. I look forward to working with you soon.