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Bumper first harvest of the season, looks like an Italian style feast tonight then!

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Jun 11th 11:36am • 1 Comment

Recent photographs of a garden completed only last year, looked after by an excellent gardener and client! Before it was a hotchpotch of levels and steps with no relation to the house.

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Jun 2nd 1:09pm • 2 Comments

Revisited a garden completed in 2015/16. Alliums galore -always a good bet for a May specticle. Complete redesign of front, back and side gardens.

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May 18th 3:51pm • 2 Comments

Another wonderful 5 star client review on Houzz. Full house of 5 stars thus far, great to know all our hard work is so appreciated. www.houzz.co.uk/pro/katherineroper/katherine-roper-landscape-and-garden-design.

We went to Katherine in Spring of last year 2016 wanting full advice to redesign our very small north facing garden, ..
We had a few ideas of what we wanted in the garden (including a hot tub)! And in a small Terrace house in bath thought this might be a challenge but Katherine was not put off by any of it. She really took into account all of our wishes and was lovely to work with, responded quickly to any queries we may have had. The whole process from start to finish has been amazing and she has completely transformed our garden to a space that feels like an extension to the house one that we can use all season with growing up children and feels low maintenance...thoroughly recommend her and her team and just wished I could find someone like her to sort my house out!

Katherine Roper Landscape & Garden Design - Bristol, Bristol, UK BS2 8QW

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Apr 25th 3:01pm • No Comments

Great to be out this week planting gardens finished over the winter months. This was our first proper bespoke outdoor kitchen installed in a bijoux garden in Bath. A good sized dining area and hot tub also had to be fitted into this small plot. How to lessen the impact of a large hot tub was the biggest challenge.

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Mar 9th 6:05pm • No Comments

A zen-inspired garden built sometime ago in Bradley Stoke is featured in this months Modern Gardens magazine.

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Mar 8th 11:51am • No Comments

Lovely email to receive on first day back:
I just wanted to say a quick thank you to you both for our lovely garden. Overall the experience has been fantastic. We have a beautiful, relaxing and usable space in our small plot, which really has created an additional usable room in our bijoux house. Once it is all planted out, it will undoubtedly realise its full potential. It has been a pleasure to engage with all the various members of your teams and I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending either of your respective companies in future. I hope you both have a restful Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.
Best wishes,

Jan 5th 6:08pm • No Comments

Always a joy to receive positive client feedback:

I am delighted. And I am enjoying looking out through my new kitchen glass door and windows. At the moment watching the drops of rain go into the Urbis pool dish... this has been the Year of The Garden. What a change from the slimy decking and rough bit of turf when I came here. A big thank you.

I was impressed when I first found your website, and before I knew of the link with my son Tim and wife Gill in 157 North Road, that people said you made gardens that made them want to spend all their time out in the garden. Well, you've done it again. I shall recommend you whenever I get the chance.

Also I understand now so well why you were so keen on using John and Paragon Gardens. Their work has been done beautifully - and all the new paths and spaces are built so that the rain water drains away. I hope to invite Andy with son Jack who did the walls and paths and front paving to come back some time to see the finished result. I will write to John.

Of course - if you want a photograph any time in the future when the garden has had a chance to grow, you will be very welcome.

Nov 21st, 2016 11:44am • No Comments

Creating a contemporary garden in a tricky shaped plot on two distinct levels. The client wanted to exploit the enviable views. Design soluttion - to extend living space into lower section with large curved 'floating' deck. These pictures were taken less than a year after planting and still blooming well into October.

Contemporary Garden still full of late flowering colour

Creating a contemporary garden in a tricky shaped plot on two distinct levels. The client wanted to exploit the enviable views. Design soluttion - to extend living space into lower section with large curved 'floating' deck. These pictures were taken less than a year after planting and still blooming well into October.

Oct 6th, 2016 7:43pm • 1 Comment