Client Brief

To transform a blank and uninspiring new-build property garden with a lumpy patch of lawn surrounded by bare walls and panel fencing into a wildlife-friendly garden with space to entertain.


Designer Georgia Lindsay drew inspiration from the surrounding Olympic Park landscape for this pollinator garden.

What was once a boring garden, this outdoor space now features large swathes of insect-friendly native planting, gravel paths, and a secluded entertaining area.

The circular concrete stepping stones, cast on-site, create a playful path through the planting for the kids to explore.

Corten rusted metal-effect porcelain cladding hides the bare rear wall and creates a focal point between the new timber screening and the surrounding fence panels. Both were painted in Midnight blue, as well as the trellising

We created a curved oak timber screen to provide partial screening of the barbeque area from the house and to also add some much-needed vertical height to the garden.

A comprehensive lighting scheme using adjustable spike spot up-lighters hidden in the planting creates the perfect atmosphere as the sun goes down.

Photos by Walpole Photography.

This project won “Best in Category” at the Association of Professional Landscapers 2023 Awards.

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