Garden Designers Essex

We’ve passed stage 1&2 to become a member of SGD!

We’re very happy to announce that we’ve passed stage 1&2 to become a registered member of the Society of Garden Designers! Watch this space!


Whether you want to create a brand new garden or are simply looking for an inspired new planting scheme the Society of Garden Designers® are there to help. Their members are some of the leading names in the industry, working across a range of projects from small courtyards and roof gardens to country estates and urban parks.  All the garden designers listed on this website are fully accredited by the Society and have been trained to the highest professional standard.


When you choose to work with a Member of the SGD, you can be certain that you and your garden are in safe and capable hands. All of the Registered Members listed on this website have been assessed by the SGD adjudication committee and abide by our Code of Conduct, meaning they are experienced accredited designers who subscribe to the highest professional standards, and have committed to continual development of their knowledge and skills.

Our project portfolio 

Over the years, we have completed a range of projects for clients across Essex, Suffolk and London. We use our skills and experience to complete all kinds of garden designs for our clients. No two gardens are the same, so each and every job we take on requires us to work to unique specifications under varying deadlines. The end result? Dozens of beautiful garden designs and even more happy customers. All in a day’s work! 

From transforming existing structures to planning bespoke garden designs from scratch, we have built up an extensive portfolio of completed work. No task is too small and no proposal too big. Whatever you’ve got in mind for your dream garden design, we can help turn it into a reality. Take a look at some of our previously completed projects to see how we work. 

Watch this space, hopefully you’ll find us on the SGD members site very soon!

Dahlia and Agapanthus