Charlesworth Design
16 Reviews
Welcome to Charlesworth Design – an award winning garden design practice creating inspiring outdoor spaces for over 16 years.

My name is Robert Frier, working collaboratively with clients – offering a Full Garden Design Service for all types and sizes of gardens, – innovative solutions for Country Gardens large and small, Tiny Courtyards, Urban spaces, Schools, Public landscapes etc. Known for my curvaceous flowing lines.

I am equally inspiring with geometric, formal and clean line solutions. Family and low maintenance gardens a specialty. Budgets and garden styles to suit.

Services Provided
Bespoke Water Features, Decking Design, Drafting, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Gazebo Design & Construction, Hardscaping, Patio Design, Site Planning

Areas Served
Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester

Certifications and Awards
Award winning show gardens for the RHSElected a Full member of the Society of Garden Designers in 2001Recipient of the Queens Award for Volunteering (for public garden restoration work)Lecturing in garden design. Winner of Best of Houzz 2015, 2016,2017u
Contact: Robert Frier
Location: 139 Norris Rd SALE
Manchester, Cheshire m33 3gs
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Business Registration #: Charlesworth Design
Commented: Just wanted to say I loved the composition Thanks for that Caroline, yes I too like it, the trick here I think is to keep it to the bare minimum. Less is more!
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Commented: what are the border shrubs? Yes they like fairly fertile but well drained soil in full sun. The variety you saw was 'Hidcote' which spreads just over 2ft (75cm) Good luck
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Commented: Cloud of paint While since we did this! but think it was Farrow and Ball Green Smoke. I sometimes match the plants to the paintwork, it looks very good and is so simple to achieve.
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Commented: What flags Just everyday run of the mill Indian stone laid in random bond, the setts are granite locally sourced and all laid with minimal, slightly recessed mortar joints. We used the same on the wall coping - ...
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Commented: Japanese Holly - yellow leaves I would agree, most likely a nitrogen/magnesium or iron deficiency, try hoeing in some adding Epsom salts around the base or dilute and apply to leaves. Worth noting too that Ilex crenata prefer sandy...
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