Ponds and meadows create spaces for wildlife that are quickly inhabited. The birds, insects and small mammals bring a dynamism, buzz and life to a
Meadows are a real asset to wildlife in the garden and lovely to look at. In this garden our clients had previously been disappointed by
This garden was designed and planted to attract birds for our clients to enjoy watching. Although they already had a pond, being raised off the
This pond was designed specifically to give water, food and shelter to birds, insects and amphibians. Unlike an ornamental pond, a wildlife pond has most
A different take on a traditional pergola; a wrought iron structure, planted with grapes and blue roses.
This romantic meadow-like planting was achieved in the first summer after sowing a seed mix. It is a quick way to achieve lovely colour in
Nothing beats a quintessentially English scene, with rambling roses, lavender and summer sunshine. This style of planting is typically high maintenance, but by carefully incorporating
Here, Juliet has used a combination of climbing roses and ramblers, so in a couple of years our clients will have a covering of flowers
In 2017, Juliet was asked by Tate Britain to submit a design for a temporary ‘pop-up’ garden on the lawns at the front of the
Last minute preparations the night before the opening of the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and filming on the kitchen garden that Juliet created. The
This design for a ‘wedding garden’ was completed at Field Place Manor House in Worthing in 2017. The gardens are now open to the public
In 2016 Juliet was awarded a Gold Medal at RHS Chelsea Flower Show for her Modern Slavery Garden and also won The People’s Choice Award.
This small new-build garden was left by the builders as a blank canvas of just lawn, surrounded by fence. On digging out planting beds, our
This new house was built on heavy clay soil, which suffered a great deal of compaction during the works. We needed to undertake significant remedial
The grounds of this new private hospital were designed to give patients opportunities for exercise, reflection and therapy, as they choose. Using her knowledge of