We believe that, regardless of budget or the space available, everybody can have a beautiful garden that adds richness to their life and perfectly suits their lifestyle. So ever since the company was founded over 25 years ago we’ve designed more than 2000 gardens of all shapes and sizes, bringing to life the dreams of thousands of people.
- Worked with national newspapers and major gardening magazines
- Trained hundreds of people in the art of Garden Design and horticulture
- Designed and built gardens at major flower shows in Britain and America
We’ve won Three Gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show and one at the New England Spring Flower Show, as well as five Chelsea Silver Gilts.
Your garden is a very personal thing, and we think it’s important that you find designers you can trust to interpret your ideas into something truly inspiring. For that reason we like to spend some time with the people we work for, to make sure we really understand what you’re looking for and that you’re comfortable with us too.
Meet the team
I studied for a HND in Horticulture for three years at Pershore College of Horticulture before moving to Columbus, Ohio in the USA to work in garden construction.
During the late nineties I came home and worked for landscape companies, building gardens across London and the Home Counties before joining The Garden Design & Care Centre as a partner in 2001.
I like to spend time with my wife and two children, enjoy coaching football and spending matchdays as a season ticket holder at West Ham United.
I’ve always had a love for plants and gardening and studied at Capel Manor gaining a National certificate in horticulture & landscaping before gaining more experiences through working for both commercial landscapers and in a garden centre. My role before joining The Garden Design & Care Centre as a partner was as Deputy Head Gardener at Wolfson College, Cambridge.
My time away from work sees me spending it with my wife and two sons and my mischievous jack russell Patrick. I too have the pleasure of following the claret and blue of West Ham when time allows.