Lichfield Rd

Private Residential


535m² (661 ft²)
397 Perennials
6 Trees
16 Shrubs
52 Yorkstone pavers
322 Cedar timber battens
8 Tonnes of mushroom mulch
4 people
85lm of drip line irrigation 
280 Spring bulbs
680 Hours

Design, Build + Nurture

This garden is situated on Lichfield Road, Kew, the road that leads to the famous Victoria Gate entrance to Kew Gardens.

The clients wanted a garden that could provide entertainment, play, and relaxation. The existing garden consisted of a worn out lawn shadowed from overgrown trees and a disused rotten deck area at the back of the garden.
With the garden being so big the challenge was to connect all corners of it and tackle the large overgrown trees and shrubs that engulfed the garden. Carefully stripping back the garden and lifting some existing shrubs helped bring structure. To this we added a natural ornamental planting scheme that tied it all together.

The results of making use of existing plants and introducing new have brought an overgrown garden to life. With formal areas to gather and less informal to connect with nature, this garden brings both nature and urban life together as one. 

Photography - Ryan Thomas © 


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