Awarded Silver Gilt Medal at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2010.
Crown Trend Panel 2011 - Kathryn shares her love of colour with Crown Paints.
Lighting design, installation & certification for all garden locations.
Kathryn Hibberd is a fully qualified Garden Designer, professionally trained with the English Gardening School at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London.
Kathryn's love of gardening began at about the age of 3 when she used to 'help' her grandfather in his garden and allotment.
She started 12 Garden Design in 2005 working in South Bucks and now works with clients across the south east of England. Kathryn has designed successful gardens for the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and also works as a consultant for Crown Paints on their Trends Panel which looks at how colour can be used in contemporary home and garden settings.
Kathryn's sensitvity for design, knowledge of horticulture and love of plants will transform your garden.
When it comes to choosing a contractor Kathryn works closely with Lawrence Landscapes of Aylesbury on many of the projects. Lawrence Landscapes are an established family company with over 45 years experience. The excellent reputation of the buiness has been built on the quality of their work, attention to detail and friendly customer service.
Equally some customers prefer to use their own builder/ landscaper. Whichever route is taken Kathryn can work with the contractor to bring the design into reality.
Connections with specialist nurseries allow Kathryn to source trees, shrubs and plants for your garden at very competitve prices - always hand selecting all specimens before delivery.
More recently we have introduced a garden lighting service, this is always considered during total garden redesigns or can be a stand alone service for existing gardens. We are 'Part P' registered with Elecsa which enables us to design, install and certify electrical installations in garden locations.
Some clients may simply need some help in styling their garden or want a garden make-over; in which case a general discussion and a planting scheme may be what is required rather than a full design service.