The List at House & Garden
Architectural Plants Architectural Plants
Specialists in plants that are both shapely and exotic - Japanese and European Topiary, hardy palms, bananas, bamboos, plants for screening, and a range of rare evergreen trees. Winners of a number of awards for their innovative approach and high level of presentation. The Antidote to Garden Centres.
Liz Nicholson at Nicholsons
Their Landscape Division offers a full design and planning service followed by their teams of hard and soft landscapers and gardeners to construct project. The Plants Division offers trees and hedges to professionals and private home owners across the UK.
Louise Drayton at Italian Terrace
Terrace pots take about four weeks to make. They blend the best Italian clay to achieve a pale colour and a special finish is added to create the weathered texture. They make by hand, using traditional press moulded techniques. Gentle air drying and firing at high temperatures in their modern gas kilns ensures strength and durability in the winter months. They have created designs and shapes that suit their classical and contemporary architecture, with the growth of plants in mind.
John Lawson at Alitex
Alitex make the finest looking and the best bespoke greenhouses in the world. So it is only fitting that they also provide a service to match. A greenhouse is essential for every keen gardner and their bespoke greenhouses will help maximise your true gardening potential.
Simon Burvill at Gazeburvill
Superb outdoor furniture for people who enjoy the quiet pleasure of owning pieces offering exceptional comfort, lasting quality and beauty.
Marnie Moyle at Green Oak Furniture
Marnie Moyle uses the spirited green oak to handmake the most beautiful signs, furniture, shelves, chopping boards, bowls etc including her trademark hand-carved letters. Sustainability and the environment are at the core of her work and being honest to the nature of the material. All the oak is locally sourced, and it is hand scrubbed rather than planed or sanded.
David Harber at DavidHarber
Every David Harber creation is, in essence, a sculpture. His latest works are the Heaven and Earth series, combining oxidised and mirror-polished stainless steel to create dramatic and contemporary forms.
Mark Straver at Hortus Loci
A new breed of plant nursery. We have linked-up the finest growers in the UK, Europe and beyond to locate the best designer plants available. On their 17-acre site, near Hook in Hampshire, you will find a comprehensive selection of highest-quality specimens in a range of sizes that will enchant garden design concepts on any scale. Raising over 85-percent of all the plants they supply, they can guarantee availability and quality. The nursery is conveniently located near Hook in Hampshire, between the M3 and M4, within easy access of London.
Jo Alderson at Jo Alderson Garden Design
Award winning garden & landscape designer based in London & Berkshire designing fabulous stylish gardens large & small.
David Seall at Seall Landscapes
David has been designing and constructing gardens and outdoor spaces in Surrey for 21 years. He has created many projects, mainly within Surrey, specialising in large private gardens. He continues to create beautiful gardens; environmental projects now merge with garden building. For David, the whole process of creating beautiful places for his clients and/or the public to enjoy is a large part of his reward.
Rachael White at Rachael White Designs
There is no typical garden and Rachael enjoys the creative aspect in realising her clients’ vision which is plain to see through her bespoke designs that reflect each landscape and individuals requirements. Working closely with the client and her wide range of contacts she is able to advise on every part of your garden from the hard-scaping to the intimate and final planting plans.

Rachael enjoys seeing the garden fulfil its potential and works with the client every step of the way, she is always on hand to make sure that everyone’s wishes are being catered for.