Award winning

13th October 2020

We have been designing, building, planting and maintaining beautiful gardens for over thirty years. During this time we have received various national awards for our plants and gardens, these include Gold Medals at RHS Chelsea Flower Show. But what makes a garden award winning? 

Here are the key things we believe a garden has to have to win an award: 

  • Personality and “wow” factor
  • Technically superior workmanship
  • A unique and thought-provoking design
  • It needs to meet the clients brief and exceed expectations
  • Functionality and style
  • Most importantly, it needs to be a garden that is a joy to use

What’s the story?

In our experience, an award-winning garden often has a story behind it. Something of interest that sets it apart from gardens built from a purely design standpoint. The story may be the uniqueness of the build, our relationship and history with the client and the significance of the location to the client, to name but a few.

Our Award Winning Gardens

Here are some of our garden design and builds that have won awards. 

The design and build has transformed this previously neglected and unused garden into a contemporary outdoor room integral to the house to seamlessly extend the living space.  Click on the images to enlarge and scroll through.  <<Click here to read more>>

2018 APL Award Winner for Soft Landscaping – A Tropical Garden

We were invited to transform the back garden of this beautiful town house in Berkshire.  With roots in Malaysia and a love of Malaysian style gardens, our clients wanted to swap their boring lawn for a fully planted garden that would evoke a tropical atmosphere and provide seclusion from neighbouring buildings <<find out more about this garden>>

2020 APL Gold Award 

Our client was looking for a high-end, contemporary, low maintenance garden with areas to entertain <<find out more about this garden build>>

If you would like ideas and advice about your own garden then our consultancy service is a great place to start <<find out more>>