We combine a passion for horticulture, nature and art to create beautiful garden designs for our clients in London, Surrey, where we are based (including Kingston, Surbiton, Thames Ditton, Esher) and even as far afield as Australia. We bring organic and sustainable methods into our garden design ideas and this philosophy is at the heart of what we do.
Amanda Miller Garden Designs creates traditional or contemporary outdoor spaces to match both personality and lifestyle. In order to achieve the ideal garden design, we engage with our clients to understand the key features and themes they are looking to create. This might be a practical garden for entertaining, a place of relaxation away from the busy outside world or simply somewhere for the children to play safely. Each garden is therefore unique to suit your exact needs whether for a small garden design or a larger outside space (domestic or commercial).
Garden art can also be used to bring personal touches to a space, whether using sculptures or a simple water feature – we can really let your imagination run wild. The opportunities for landscape garden design are endless and we are always exploring new planting styles and techniques, particularly those that sustainable and attract wildlife to our gardens.
We also provide seasonal packages to suit various budgets – to ensure you can make the most out of your borders throughout the year.
Please visit our blog page to keep up to date in the run up to the world’s largest flower show, as Amanda Miller Designs creates its first ever show garden in the conceptual garden design category.
The grey and damp start to 2014 has finally given way to the wonderfully inviting spring months with daffodils, snowdrops, crocus and tulips tempting us out into our parks and gardens. There is plenty we can be doing to help bring your garden out of its wintry state and bring some vibrant colour to the garden – your borders have no excuse to look dull and depressing at this time of year. Please contact us if you are interested in creating spring interest in your garden.
This spring we are particularly enjoying Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn,’ although there are so many Viburnums that can be used over the year – they are extremely hardy and many are evergreen. Other springtime favourites of ours include Anemone blanda and muscari.
There are also 3 quick ways to make your garden more sustainable:
3. Recycling – our recent design idea for those who like to think outside the box
Please visit our blog for up to date news about sustainable methods and seasonal planting. We will also be writing articles about our local area in and around London and Kingston.
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