As part of a major house refurbishment this garden has been transformed from a sloping lawn into an immersive, plant field haven for pollinators and people.

Through simple grading, a series of stabilised Scottish Pebble pathways traverse large-scale planting beds, leading to hidden seating area’s that capture the sunlight at various times of the day.

A reclaimed York Stone dining terrace and London Stock Brick retaining walls connect with the materials of this period property. A bespoke potting shed made from reclaimed materials sits within a series of raised vegetable beds.