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Based between Bristol and Bath, Eliza Gray has been helping homeowners to create beautiful gardens for more than 15 years. Since graduating with a distinction in Garden Design in 2006, she has also gained various qualifications in horticulture and organic gardening, and is a Registered Member of the prestigious Society of Garden Designers. You may have just moved house, had an extension, or found that your garden no longer works for you and your family. If you are ready to invest in your garden, then Eliza can help you to make the most of your outdoor space. With experience across a wide range of gardens, Eliza has helped to achieve beautiful gardens, from city centre courtyards through to sprawling country plots. Eliza approaches each garden with a fresh enthusiasm that ensures that clients not only receive a design that matches the brief, but also enjoy the process.

Services Provided

3D Rendering, Bespoke Water Features, Decking Design, Design Consultation, Drafting, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Outdoor Kitchen Design, Patio Design, Project Management, Site Planning

Areas Served

Bath, Bristol, Frome, Mendip, Somerset, Wells, Wiltshire, Bradford-on-Avon, Mendips


Diploma in Garden Design (distinction) City & Guilds in Practical Gardening (distinctions & credit) Muddy Stilettos Best Garden Designer 2021 Certificate in Organic Gardening


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Business Details

Business Name

Eliza Gray Gardens

Phone Number

01761 479790


Paulton, Bristol BS39 7PT
United Kingdom

Typical Job Cost

£0 - £80,000

Consultation £300 Designs from £1,500


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