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We are Garden Designers for Bristol, Bath and beyond!

Are you looking for:

  • The garden of your dreams?
  • An outdoor space to unwind and entertain?
  • A unique fully customised garden design?
  • Inspired planting which will survive and thrive?
  • Stress-free project implementation?

If This Is Your Dream Then We Are Your Dream Team!

Lesley Hegarty and Robert Webber

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Portfolio of Garden Designs

Visit our portfolio of recent garden and landscape designs.

Garden design plan for new gardening project

    Our designs:

  • Respond to your site
  • Fulfil your garden needs and dreams
  • Are fired by our inspirational spark
  • Can be classic or contemporary
  • Will be practical yet aesthetically pleasing
  • Will provide a lasting investment.

Browse a selection of our 'before and after' photos, garden designs and planting plans in our portfolio pages. More

Our Garden Design Services

Enabling a multi-faceted approach to Garden Design and Upkeep.

  • Design & Horticultural Consultation
  • Estate & Landscape Management

Sometimes gardens don't need a full design, just an adaptation of the existing landscape, to give you your ideal landscape.

If you already have the garden of your dreams you may wish to benefit from our vast body of horticultural knowledge and experience to keep your garden looking good all year round.

Bristol Garden designers - Robert Webber and Lesley Hegarty

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So much for the Sumach

So much for the Sumach

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

‘You’ll want to see the garden of course!’ Said my hostess this week end. She meant of course that she wanted me to see it. Whereas I wanted to loll by the roaring log fire and fondle my glass of very beguiling red. It is one of the perils of the profession, that one is […]

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Trampolines - Trial or Treat?

Trampolines – Trial or Treat?

| October 13, 2014 | 2 Comments

Lesley and I spend a not inconsiderable amount of our time on trampolines. Not physically you understand. (Though she does admit to going out there sometimes. However, the idea that I would willingly undertake any form of exercise? Hey, I am not even going to go there!) No, we are more likely to be asking […]

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King Solomon's Temple comes to Bristol

King Solomon’s Temple comes to Bristol

| October 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

The hinterland between Bristol and the M4 motorway is a kind of poor man’s version of the Cotswolds. You have all the honeyed stone and old world charm without the Royal, 4 by 4, boutiquish flummery which has overtaken the environs of Tetbury and Malmesbury. Here in the rolling hills of south Gloucestershire it is […]

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Micro grapes

Micro grapes

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

The city studio garden, though of course perennially inspirational, could not be said to be desperately productive from an edible perspective. That is after all why we have a Tesco Express just round the corner! It was really designed as a sanctuary garden, relaxing the stresses of urban  life. And, given the inner city microclimate, […]

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