We worked closely with The City of London's gardeners and grounds supervisors to develop a new sustainable and ecologically viable planting schemes for these Victorian walled gardens.

The design unites a series of large planting areas into a strong, singular concept that flows seamlessly through the space.

The colourful, ornamental perennial plantings are all rich in nectar and highly attractive to bees, butterflies and other insects.

The scheme reduces the client’s carbon footprint and saves running costs. Clipped evergreens form the structure or 'bones' of the scheme, taking centre stage in winter and linking the scheme to the adjacent mediterranean section of the walled garden.

The garden had previously been re-planted several times each year with annual bedding plants. The new scheme is being implemented over a three year period.