A steep, sloping site is transformed with layers of cascading plants and Corten steel
Spectacular views over London informed the elegant design of this Hampstead garden.
An exotic lush forest provides a unique dining experience.
The subtle planting palette of cool blues and steely grey, blend harmoniously with the feature zinc panels and water feature.
A terrace with spectacular views over London, is transformed into a large entertaining space, with the emphasis on ‘fun’.
This particular space is a real gem within the conservation area of the Holly lodge Estate.
A charming garden tucked away off a busy high street in North Finchley.
The exterior courtyard and interior restaurant of Bluebird Chelsea have been transformed into a magical garden oasis.
A stunning extension creates a picture window onto a dynamic garden.
Nestled along the river-bank, this modest house has a wrap around garden in the most delightful setting.
The client’s collection of artefacts from their travels abroad greatly influenced the design of this compact garden.
The prairie style planting softens the surrounding industrial architecture of this bijou terrace.
An extensive garden on the Wentworth estate reflects the Palladian style architecture of the house.
A small, overgrown garden is transformed into a lush, green space with ample room for entertaining.
A magical garden with a secret door onto the Heath, reflects the strong design lines of the house whilst merging seamlessly into a woodland backdrop.
A unique garden that tells a story, unified by the soft tones of blues, greys and magenta.
A contemporary garden with strong lines and soft herbaceous planting.
Corten steel and hardwood timber, create a dynamic space for a young couple keen on entertaining.
Seven gardens represent the seven deadly sins in this conceptual garden category at Hampton Court Palace flower show. Our selected design was Greed.
An intriguing space on top of a garage proves a delightful challenge.
Sara Jane is a fully accredited, Registered designer of both the Society of Garden Designers and the British Association of Landscape Industries.