Rebecca Smith Garden Design
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I am an award-winning garden designer living in north Hampshire. I offer a range of services from full garden design and rebuild to one-off consultancy work. I am currently overseeing projects across Hampshire and Surrey which range from full project management to the updating of existing borders. My background in Historical Architecture and the world of Fine Art means that I am especially well qualified at creating gardens for period properties, but what I most enjoy is designing family gardens that will be used and enjoyed by all members of the family.

After a career in fine art, I opened my own private garden in Haslemere for the National Gardens Scheme for three years from 2006-2008, whilst retraining. I have completed Diploma courses in both 'Practical Horticulture' at the English Gardening School in Chelsea and 'Garden Design' at the Garden Design School at Painshill Park, Cobham, where I trained under Moira Farnham and Robin Templar Williams.

I moved my office to rural Hampshire in 2012 and am currently engaged with projects in Haslemere, Shamley Green and Cranleigh, Surrey.

Services Provided
Bespoke Water Features, Decking Design, Drafting, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Greenhouse Design & Installation, Organic Gardening, Patio Design, Site Planning, Swimming Pool Design, Planting Plans

Areas Served
Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, West Sussex, London

Certifications and Awards
My design for the Courtyard Garden at 'The Old Bakery' in rural Hampshire won the Small Budget Gardens category at the Society of Garden Designers Awards 2014.
Winner, Best of Houzz, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 - Design
Winner, Best of Houzz, 2016 - Design
Winner, Best of Houzz, 2017 - Design
Contact: Rebecca Smith
Location: Alton GU34 3AL
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Pre-registered member of the Society of Garden Designers
Regional Co-ordinator, London and South, Society of Garden Designers
Winner, Small Budget Garden, Society of Garden Designers Awards 2014
Typical Job Costs: £20,000 - £350000
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Commented: where can I buy stone like this Hi Carol Ann, The stone used here was from our local builders merchant. It is an Indian sandstone in a light grey. For this path we have not used a concrete base but merely leveled with builders sand....
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Commented: Front garden, Victorian terrace I think softening the space with areas of planting would improve it enormously. A large classic pot by the front door with an evergreen will provide year-round interest. You don't say if you need thi...
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Commented: need help with garden project I'd say Mediterranean gardens are all about scent too - for small, scented plants think of using herbs such as lavender and rosemary. Then add height and some Italian cypress for punctuation. Combine ...
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Commented: What is that black metal fixed in the garden The black coated metal obelisk is used to create height in the border and in this garden had sweet peas growing up it.
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Commented: source for chiminea? The client had bought the chiminea many years ago, not sure of the source unfortunately.
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