Garden Flower Trowel


A standard new-build lawn provided a blank canvas for this garden to bloom from – and gave us the opportunity to create a plantsman’s garden that feels generous in size and rich in texture and colour.

Extreme weather conditions kept us on our toes throughout the project, but the result is a sophisticated garden for entertaining that we’re proud to have brought to life.

Client's View

“A courtyard style garden had most appeal, in which we wanted to include a large Corten steel planter with an ancient olive tree.

“Given that we had no more ideas than this, it was with considerable insight that Robin Williams cottoned on to our style quite quickly. Robin therefore came up with the brilliant idea of several areas linked by a pathway, creating a classy feel with impact where we would like to spend a lot of time sitting with a glass of Rose!”

Architect's View

“The vision for this Wiltshire garden was all about the plants. I wanted the client to feel like they were sitting in an ocean of greenery on each of the three terraces, with paths and planting all on one level for a seamless flow.

“Sculptures provide a focal point for each walkway, distracting the eyes from the neighbouring properties. As this garden matures, there will be a sense of feeling nestled and sheltered from the outside world, and I have complete confidence that Martin and the team will have given the plants the best conditions possible for the garden to thrive.”


Robin Williams,

Builder's View

“A newly built property on the site of an old farm, the first job was to remove all the builders’ rubble and farmyard debris, which unfortunately coincided with three weeks of torrential rain. It was a dirty operation but we kept it clean and tidy throughout, for minimum disruption to the client.

“We had the scope to create fantastically varied herbaceous borders in this garden, which is always an exciting responsibility to be entrusted with – and the client is delighted with the outcome.”