Entries by Louise

Design Process – Part 5

Through The Garden Gate. There was still one piece of the jigsaw missing. I was really pleased to hear that Tim and Ruth had decided to commission Iron Art to […]

Design Process – Part 4

Garden Planting Plan. Tim and Ruth were clearly experienced and keen gardeners and so it was going to be really rewarding to create a planting plan for them. We met […]

Design Process – Part 3

Garden Landscape Contractor. After the lawn shape had been tweaked there were no further changes and in this particular garden no additional drawings either for details like a water feature […]

Design Process – Part 2

Garden Drawings. I was delighted to be chosen by Tim and Ruth to redesign their garden in Bath. I knew Tim wanted to move things along quickly so I popped […]

The Garden Design Process

I was delighted when Tim and Ruth called me over a year ago, they have a gorgeous house in Larkhill, Bath and wanted me to come in and help them […]

Gardens Illustrated Festival

I am absolutely delighted to be one of the experts at the Plant and Design Clinic at the new Gardens Illustrated Festival which runs from 17- 18th  April in Malmesbury […]

The Plants Party in the Park

Thunder, lightning and torrential rain was expected for the 7th June (year) but Rosie and I refused to believe the forecast. We had spent a hectic 10 weeks organising the […]

Helping the WRAGS charity

In 2013, I became the coordinator for the Work and Retrain as a Gardner Scheme (WRAGS) run by the Women’s Farm and Garden Association (WFGA). I was delighted to be […]

Save the bees, plant flowers!

After seeing the inspiring TED talk from Marla Spivak, “Why bees are disappearing”, I’ve added a bee saving service to my range of garden design services. Marla offers real hope […]

Hampton Court

In 1998 when I was working for Hillier Landscapes as an Assistant designer, I was awarded the Tudor Rose medal at Hampton Court Flower show. I was given the award […]