Liz has designed gardens for many different uses: front and back gardens for city houses; tiny courtyard gardens, including an internal garden for a London sushi bar. Her projects have included designing and planting formal raised beds for a converted country house; a garden for a mathematician; a potager for the self-sufficient; a wildflower meadow for a country cottage.
She has been asked to create a low maintenance garden with year round interest for a holiday cottage; to create gardens in awkward spaces and in challenging locations, including a London garden with no soil! And even a dog-proof garden for a hole-digging Labrador. No challenge is too great.
While Liz is very aware of the theatrical possibilities of garden design she has her feet firmly planted in the natural world and enjoys working with clients who want to encourage wild flora and fauna in their gardens. She sees gardens as a haven for our rapidly vanishing wildlife.