The best gardens start with good communication with the client, then excellent design – applying experience, creativity and practical know how, to transform an ordinary tract of land into somewhere special that reflects the personality, lifestyle and budget of the owner as well as optimizing the space available.
Gardens are personal areas of space which are individual and unique to the owner. Our job as garden designers is to help you articulate your vision, translate it and create a plan for an environment that will always look good, be easy to maintain, complement the surroundings, add value to the property and most importantly become a place that will be enjoyed all year round.
Each Andrew Cowen designed garden is a bespoke creation unlimited by the restrictions of style or convention. Irrespective of size, an Andrew Cowen garden will be characterised by a core integrity that combines beauty, value, practicality and an inherent sense of proportion.
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Bespoke Water Features, Decking Design, Drafting, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Gazebo Design & Construction, Greenhouse Design & Installation, Hardscaping, Patio Design, Shed Design & Building, Site Planning, Planting, Plants & Planting Design, Planting Plans, Hardscaping Design, Hard Landscaping Design, Tree Selection, Tree & Small Woodland Design, Garden Maintenance Plans
Bath, Bristol, London, Kent, Surrey, North East Somerset, South East
Cranbrook in Bloom, Front Garden for Architect Mark Horner
Best for Customer Service Houzz 2018, 2017, 2016.
DipAD, 1st Class Hons; RHS Intermediate Certificate; CMLI. Horticultural courses Hadlow.
Commented: What kind of milk do you like best?Give me Oatly all the way! I discovered only recently that I'm slightly allergic to cows milk and not having to turn over in bed every couple of hours because of sinus pain is a real boon! I also reme...
Commented: POLL: Do you like your neighbours?I find the pet thing a bit of a problem as I race into the garden waving my arms and shouting at the site of any neighbours' cat, to stop them crapping everywhere and to protect the birds I feed! But ...
Commented: giant white poppiesHi CL, as I thought these are not white poppies. The photo is taken with annual pots in the immediate foreground. The white flowers are geranium.
In the background, the 3 high flower heads to the r...
15 May, 2016
Commented: melianthus majorHi Clandersonbc! Melianthus first. I love them, great for an eye catching foil. The plants grow to between 2 and 3 m tall and 1 to 3 m spread. BUT they are very rangy and untidy at full height and lo...