John Gilbert garden designer

John Gilbert garden designer
Address: John Gilbert
62 Hungerford Road
Postcode: N7 9LP
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Telephone: 020 7700 1951
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Chelsea Medal Winner - click for more details

I create beautiful, individual gardens for discerning customers in the city, the suburbs and the countryside. Whatever your space – roof terrace, town garden, rural idyll or rolling acres – I can make sure you get the very best out of it. I work in a wide range of styles, from cutting edge modern to traditional English country garden

Every John Gilbert garden is different, individually tailored to suit your situation. All work is done to a high standard with vigorous plants and quality materials that will enhance the appearance and value of your property. All year interest and low maintenance can be built in.

I offer a full garden service: design, construction and planting, followed by a continuing maintenance package. Please telephone me on 020 7700 1951 or visit my website for more details. You can of course also e-mail me by clicking

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A contemporary city garden which won John a Bronze Medal at the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show in the Chic category. See below for further details

John Gilbert garden designer
62 Hungerford Road,
N7 9LP

Telephone: 020 7700 1951
Fax: 020 7700 1951

Contact: John Gilbert


Chelsea Medal Winner - Chic gardens

John Gilbert Garden Designer/Curtis & Curtis Landscapes
Work, Rest and Play 

Designer: John Gilbert
Sponsor: Premier Plants UK
Contractor: Curtis & Curtis

Traditional pub table skittles is the unusual focal point in this urban space, where the most is made out of a small outdoor area to enable the owners to work, rest and play in soothing surroundings.

A canopied computer workstation allows workers to deal with e-mails in tranquillity, while the colours, textures and scents of the planted area provide a setting to unwind and entertain friends.

The planting is designed to need little maintenance, but to have interest and structure all year round. It includes a number of repetitions to create a sense of order and unity and has a high proportion of evergreens. The colour palette is strong, but subtle. There is a wide range of leaf colour, texture and imposing plant forms.

After spending 23 years as a journalist, garden design is John’s second career. John went to Capel Manor Horticulture College, before setting up as a designer 10 years ago and says he hasn’t looked back since.

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