Helen Williams Garden Design
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I have been a professional garden designer since 2001, undertaking private commissions in Surrey and SW London. Having studied Garden Design at Merrist Wood College, gaining a Diploma with Merit, I have designed gardens ranging from tiny urban courtyards to large suburban properties, in both contemporary and traditional styles.

Two of my gardens have won awards at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show; a Silver Gilt and a Gold medal.

While my designs are strong, they are also sympathetic to their surroundings, and my planting solutions reflect 25 years gardening experience. I enjoy transforming drab spaces into beautiful, practical and sustainable gardens that enhance my clients' lives.

Offering a range of services including initial design, planting plans, construction drawings and plant maintenance advice, I can also recommend a landscaping team who will turn these plans into reality.

My designs are carefully tailored to fit each client's specific needs, and my service is both professional and friendly. Above all I enjoy working closely with clients to achieve their dream garden.

Services Provided
Garden Design, Garden Plans, Patio Design, Site Planning

Areas Served

Certifications and Awards
Gold medal RHS Hampton Court flower Show 2008
Silver gilt medal RHS Hampton Court Flower Show 2007
Contact: Helen Williams
Location: 26 Kings Drive
Surbiton, Surrey KT5 8NG
United Kingdom
Typical Job Costs: £10,000 - 40,000
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