Garden and Landscape
This month sees a very special garden designed by Hugh featured in COAST magazine. The Coastal Seaside Garden at Looe in Cornwall is on a wonderful but challenging site. The high position and rocky terrain required a thoughtful and unique approach and solution. The result is a beautiful and sustainable garden, sympathetically blending in with the natural landscape.
Hugh O'Connell is a garden designer based on the Exeter Devon/Somerset border in the South West of the UK. This brochure of garden and landscape design examples and makeovers for the UK Garden Designer cannot provide anything like a complete picture of the skills we as garden and landscape designers can bring to bear on any design. Each project provides different challenges - each garden and makeover is different, as is every client's needs. We hope, however, that you will find a lot to interest you and that you will bookmark this site for future reference.
The Qualified Garden Design Associates work throughout Europe, Ireland, and the US. They have wide plant knowledge. Hugh O’Connell undertakes commissions in Devon, Dorset, Cornwall, Somerset, Avon, London and the UK South West. John Morris Dip La MLI works throughout the UK. Book a single advisory visit. Contact us for a consultation.
Projects range from smaller gardens - both traditional and contemporary, seaside gardens, with or without conventional windbreaks, up to larger formal gardens, country parks and environmental projects.
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This garden gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Tiverton in Bloom Certificate of Merit for 2007 and 2008
For details of the garden plants used in this garden, see the Ashley Combe page.
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