Creative Approach

It can be difficult to visualise how your garden could look and to work out where to put features and plants for best effect. Our role is to help you do just that. We will listen to your requirements and ideas, absorb and interpret them and turn them into reality with the minimum of fuss, time and bother. This could be a full-blown garden design project including a presentation plan, construction drawings and planting plan or it could be a simple revamp and re-plant.

From the very first meeting, we will start to pull together a list of requirements and develop the concept. It is important to sort out a number of issues.


What will the garden be used for? Do you want or need?


  • a paved terrace area?
  • Access paths around the garden
  • Lighting?
  • a manicured lawn?
  • A wild flower meadow?
  • a water feature
  • raised beds to contain your plants?
  • a sandpit and a climbing frame for the children?
  • pots and containers, and if so what kind?
  • a pergola or arbour?

Which is your look?


  • lush abundant planting?
  • an English cottage look?
  • a minimalist contemporary space with designer plants?
  • a Mediterranean gravel garden?
  • classic elegance
  • or something else?

Following thorough discussions with our clients, we will carry out a formal site analysis, prepare the garden design brief and draw up the presentation plan which can be discussed and adapted in collaboration with our client.

Our belief is that a garden should


Reflect the taste and needs of its owner, Mirror and complement the interior space of a building, Be simple but stylish and have strong 'bone structure', Should look and feel like a garden whatever its design, work practically on every level


We can design anything from small urban courtyards to large rural gardens for clients in the Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire and do not limit ourselves to one ‘style’ of garden. No two people want exactly the same garden and no two gardens are exactly the same. Some people adore plants and enjoy spending time looking after them. Others want the easiest, quickest option, with the minimum of maintenance.

The important issue is that you must be able to use your outside space as you want. It should be a beautiful space for you and your family and friends to enjoy and use. You may want a lush, green abundantly planted garden with lots of floral interest or an elegant and contemporary space with the minimum of fuss. That is very much your choice.

The common element in our gardens is that they are well designed both functionally and visually and have strong 'bone structure' with good planting.




31 Station Rd,



West Midlands



01902 845 639

07525 843 596


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