Private Gardens

Bryn Bella, St Asaph: Mr & Mrs Neumark

A scheme to restore and develop the gardens of a Georgian Villa, Bryn Bella  at Tremeirchion which is considered to be one of the most beautiful houses in the Vale of Clwyd. The project included the restoration of the walled garden including the rebuilding of its greenhouses, the management of the orchards, fruit, vegetable and cutting gardens and creation of new rose garden, and herbaceous borders. The proposals also included designs for a sculpture garden, nuttery and a secret water garden, all of which have been implemented.

Pool Quay, Welshpool : Mr & Mrs Parker

This water feature was designed to enhance the gardens at Pool Quay, Welshpool. Works included the creation of a large pool with water flowing from a rocky spring, leading down over a cascade to a lower pool and wetland garden.

Converted Barn, Adlington, Cheshire: Private Client

An unusual garden featuring a variety of topiary forms, espalier hornbeams and columns set in different coloured slate framing a slate paved driveway and terrace.

Bigland Hall, Cumbria: Mr T Wilkinson

Bigland Hall is an imposing mansion, parts of which date back to 16th Century and is set in beautiful parkland in South Cumbria. The ancillary buildings have been converted into private houses with the main house being restored by Mr Wilkinson for personal use. Our proposals covered the redesign of the approach to the house and boundary treatments to create a private access for the owner and the creation of separate gardens for each of the new residential units.