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At Greenwave Design we are inspired by, and work with nature. We design subtle garden spaces that change with the seasons and provide havens for wildlife, as well as our clients. Garden spaces need to work hard to accommodate a variety of activities: dining in the shade, morning coffee in the sun, quiet spaces for reading or large spaces to entertain a crowd. Our designs organise the space to meet all these needs beautifully and sustainably. Planting is designed to create a healthy balance with the soil and to support the local ecosystem. We aim to use recycled and reclaimed materials as much as we can and work to connect our gardens with the surrounding landscape. Our lead designer, Michelle Wake, is an RHS medal winning designer and has a degree in garden design from Greenwich University. She is a full registered member of the Society of Garden Designers. She has over ten years experience designing gardens and also teaches at the Inchbald School of Garden Design. Greenwave Design is based near Frome, Somerset, and works on sites throughout Somerset, Wiltshire, North Dorset and South Gloucestershire. We believe that in changing times gardens play an important role in helping us retain our balance. A garden can work on so many levels - providing food, fragrance, wildlife habitats, colour, sound, shelter and beauty. Our designs work hard to make the most of this precious outdoor space by creating gardens that soothe the spirit, stimulate the senses and connect with nature.
Complete garden and landscape design, project management of garden build and planting.
Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Bath, Bristol, Frome, Warminster, Glastonbury, Wincanton, Castle Cary, Beaminster, Shepton Mallet
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£10,000 – £49,999
Michele Wake, designer, tackled the redesign of our difficult garden with ingenuity and professionalism. The steep gradient was always going to be the main problem, and to provide easy access to the whole garden was a priority. She managed to keep pretty much within budget, which was quite restricting and dictated the materials used. However, using sleepers and bark is very much in keeping with the woodland, natural feel we wanted. The contractors she recommended worked really well with this tricky project, even managing to bring a small digger in down the steep slope in wet weather. Michele was on hand whenever needed to make sure the garden was taking shape as she'd planned. We are delighted with the result, and get a huge amount of pleasure from it, even just looking at it from the house. We would definitely have no hesitation in recommening Greenwave..
30 June, 2016
Commented: Garden design - transformation to a wildlife friendly gardenHi Vanessa, I have written a few blogs with advice about planting for pollinators on my web-site ,Greenwave Design. The main thing would be to reduce the size of your lawn, which is not a very wildlif...
1 September, 2017 in Design Dilemma