Acres Wild
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Multi-award-winning garden designers Debbie Roberts and Ian Smith established Acres Wild in West Sussex in 1988 and specialise in the design and master planning of larger country gardens throughout Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire, as well as further afield in the UK, the Channel Islands (Guernsey) and abroad.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Bespoke Water Features, Decking Design, Drafting, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Patio Design, Site Planning, Swimming Pool Design, Planting Design, Master-planning

Areas Served
Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Hampshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, Guildford, Horsham, East Grinstead, Dorking

Certifications and Awards
Design & Decoration Awards 2004, 2005. New Homes Gardens Awards 2005. Sussex Heritage Trust Awards 2007. California Landscape Contractor Awards 2008. Society of Garden Designers Awards 2012 (winner Large Residential) and 2014 (winner Large Residential, International and Grand Award).
Contact: Ian Smith
Location: 1 Helm Cottages
Horsham, West Sussex RH13 6RG
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Member of the Society of Garden Designers
Typical Job Costs: £50,000 - 500,000
Design fees typically = 10% of job cost
Commented: Love your work! Can you tell me exactly what Kniphofia this is? Thx. Thanks Rob We designed this garden some time ago now but we've checked back to the original Plant Schedule and it states Kniphofia Toffee Nosed. However we recall that this was substituted for Knipho...
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Commented: I love this fountain - does anyone know where I should look?! This is a pot made by Capital Garden Products, that we adapted to create a water feature. Capital Garden Products are made from fibreglass and come in a wide range of finishes and colours. http://ww...
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Commented: I love the flagstones. What are they and where did you get them from? The flagstones would have been an Indian sandstone, which is widely available, and looks good because it has been allowed to weather naturally.
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Commented: I would love to know where the stone for the patio came from? The sawn Yorkstone came from StoneUK and the step risers are granite, reclaimed from a demolished pigsty on the site. The garden is on the Channel Island of Guernsey where the predominant stone is gra...
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Commented: POLL: Favourite garden flower We love lavender too, especially lining paths and planted en masse. For more summer impact though we prefer Nepeta (Catmint), which although herbaceous, is quick and easy to establish and so gives yo...
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Commented: Trees Hello! These trees are Tilia x euchlora (Caucasian Lime), which have been trained by pleaching for architectural effect.
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