The Cheshire Garden is delighted to have been shortlisted for the prestigious Association of Professional Landscapers Awards 2020 in the category of Designer of the Year. The design which has captured the imagination of the judges is the Georgian Cottage Courtyard. This small urban garden is a project of which we are particularly proud. The scheme transformed a rather gloomy, concreted yard into a beautiful oasis at the heart of the city. The design needed to make effective of use of a restricted and challenging space to provide an attractive garden, whether for a quiet moment or entertaining friends, while also accommodating practical requirements such as parking and refuse facilities.
The resulting space has exceeded the clients’ expectations and is a perfect example of how great garden design can deliver huge impact. You can read about the story of this project in our previous blog here.
The Georgian Cottage Courtyard was constructed by long-standing collaborators Base Squared Ltd. The plants were sourced from Viridis, while the build for the garden used materials from regular supplier Westminster Stone. Details of this and other projects on which The Cheshire Garden and Westminster Stone have collaborated can be found in a profile the company has produced about our garden designer, Jane, here.