Planting inspired by nature.
A modern urban jungle in January, where the colour of leaves contrast with the grey of the wall and of the season.
Here the colour green win!
Winter does not have to be dull in this front garden of a NHS clinic
Snow drops are the first bulbs to give you some joy in spring. This is the rabbit view.
Alliums are great in between herbaceous perennials
Honesty and Euphorbias are a great combination for spring in shady area.
Planted from seed: nasturtium beautiful and edible
Custom made wooden planters for a tiny balcony. There was no space to grow in the terrace so we used the outside of the balcony.
Bulbs bring colour early in the season and can be added anywhere to bring more life in a garden.
Clematis in winter creates a mystical wonderland.
Passion Flowers add an exotic twist, but you need to control them, otherwise they will take the whole garden!
Strong colour contrast between the leaves and painted wall
My Brazilian client likes her garden lush and a bit jungle looking. It reminds her of home
Sedum keeps its colour, late into the autumn, this is November in North London.
This is a low profile patio that with the right planting can be an enjoyable place to be.
Foxgloves one of my favourites!
Echinacea dancing in communal garden in Wanstead. The residents love it.