Matt Nichol Garden Design is an award winning Cheshire garden design practice with a reputation for creating beautiful gardens to suit modern lifestyles. The practice specialises in private gardens and has worked on numerous projects ranging from large estates to small roof terraces. We design bespoke gardens of all shapes, sizes, styles and budgets.
Our design practice is unique, because each designer in the practice is unique. Our practice philosophy is very simple, we aim to produce attractive, interesting and well considered exterior spaces for our clients. These 'gardens' need to meet the practical and aesthetic needs of the client and are always considerate to any budget limitations that may be imposed.
We draw our design inspiration from wide range of influences and this helps us to educate our clients about the latest trends and planting styles.
Although the majority of our garden design commissions are in Cheshire, the Northwest and the Midlands, we also accept commissions from across the UK and internationally. We remain a small practice and devote considerable attention to every detail to ensure our clients realise their garden vision.
Winner of BALI National Landscape Award for Design Excellence 2018
Winner of Northern Design Awards 2012, 'Best Garden Designer'
Registered Member of the Society of Garden Designers
Designer member of BALI (British Association of Landscape Industries)
Location:Poynton, Cheshire SK12 1PT United Kingdom
Typical Job Costs:£2,500 - £4,500The professional design fees shown above would be for projects with a construction value of between £25,000 and £60,000 which is typical for many domestic landscape schemes.
Commented: Trees in small garden. Lovely. What are they pleaseI think these are either Betula nigra (the river birch), or Betula albosinensis 'Fascination'. Both will form quite large trees with time, but treat them like any other plant i.e. enjoy them in your...
Commented: Garden..need some privacyHi Caroline,
Have you thought about a pleached hedge? It will give you instant vertical screening without taking up much space on your driveway. You could choose hornbeam or Photinia Red Robin and u...
Commented: Front garden & porch help 1930's SemiHi there. I can understand your dilemma as there are a lot of tricky elements to consider in your garden with slopes, pillars and retaining walls. At the moment it looks like your driveway has an aw...
Commented: Wondering what to put around this plant?Hi
The Cordyline you have planted will get a bit taller over time so you could put a hard detail around the base of it, but I'd be tempted to by three small ground cover shrubs that will tolerate the ...
Commented: Can you tell us the plants in this landscape?Hi
The far side of the river looks like multi stemmed River birch (Betula nigra) and it looks to be underplanted with a mass planting of Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (Fountain grass). To the lef...
29 August, 2016
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