We love a challenge! From delivering a full ‘vision-to-reality’ garden design service, to installing a new entertaining space or secluded hide-away. Your time is precious. Make the most of it in your perfect garden.
Haywood Landscapes have been designing and building beautiful gardens in Kent, Sussex and London since 1990 when brothers Andy and Robert Wiggins established the family business.Read More
Simply complete the details of your thoughts so far and we will contact you to discuss how we can help
Tell us the scope of your project. Do you want a special garden area, a full garden design-and-build or something else?
What’s your style, what are your needs, do you have a budget? We listen carefully, as thiswill determine how we respond creatively and what we can achieve for you. If you just don't know, that's fine, we are skilled at asking theright questions.
Dimensions, levels, soil, whatto keep, what to remove, problem views, We get really familiar with your space and note everything that may influence our design ideasfor your garden.
We want it exactly right for you so if necessary we can refine your design at this stage. We then prepare a fully detailed quotation so you understand exactly what we will do and what your investment will be.
We take great pride in building beautiful gardens and want you to enjoy the experience too, so your team will keep any disruption to a minimum. They will be professional and friendly and understand that our site is also your home.
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As is often the case, when you move home, the garden you take on may not reflect your style or needs; it may be bigger or have elements that simply do not fit with your plans for enjoying your outdoor space. This was exactly the dilemma facing our clients near Faversham as they took on an awkward-shaped sloping garden...READ MORE
Making the most of the natural beauty of the Kent countryside, a traditional country garden should reflect its outlying landscape character. Lending itself to a free-flowing, informal planting scheme, the more traditional rural landscape design will often feature wildflowers, natural water, some kitchen and cottage garden elements, and softer themes.READ MORE
Our brief was to create a garden for outdoor living that would also attract wildlife, to be contemporary in style yet informal.READ MORE
Our client wanted a garden that would attract wildlife but not a textbook wildlife garden. She was keen to make a bold statement and wasn’t afraid of something a little out of the ordinary around her bungalow near the Kent coastREAD MORE
With a property on a large new-build development our clients were blessed with a relatively large garden, but it was set on a hillside and had an awful outlook towards tall fences, timber retaining walls and properties ‘up-slope’ looming over them.READ MORE
This converted farm building was a cattle byre (or shed in plain terminology) and is set in a rural Kentish landscapeREAD MORE
Our client was planning improvements to her house with a new front door and other projects and felt the garden let the property down. It was scruffy and uninteresting and reflected poorly on her nice home.READ MORE
One of the joys of being in a beautiful garden is that it helps us to relax and reconnect with nature. This is particularly so in a well-designed informal garden which our clients wish for their mature plot.READ MORE
We were asked to specify and quote for the installation of a land drainage system for a large garden that routinely flooded in the winter. The soil was deep, heavy clay in a flat low-lying area with nowhere to drain to. We proposed a more creative solution:READ MORE
Much like the Hanse Haus home it accompanies, this large formal garden is uncomplicated and professionally delivered with clean lines and a contemporary design.READ MORE
With no existing features or character to guide the design, new-build homes with ‘blank Canvas’ plots can sometimes be more challenging to design than a more mature garden. This particular example was sloping across its entire depth and featured poor heavy clay soil. It was also an irregular awkward shape, producing lots of additional challenges.READ MORE
Separated from the beach only by a quiet road and with a commanding view across the English Channel, this fine property in Deal was let down by the garden. With a massively overgrown rockery and dilapidated crazy paving their coastal garden design was very dated, in a poor state, and completely unmanageable for our clients who are an elderly couple. They wanted us to come up with some suitable seaside garden ideas that would transform their garden.READ MORE