Small Suburban Gardens
The ever-decreasing size of the average suburban garden poses challenges for the landscape designer.
However, no matter how small the site, it is generally possible to create a therapeutic and attractive space.
Manipulating space is a challenge which Sandra finds particularly satisfying. Creating a sense of mystery and elements of surprise, organising the layout so that not everything is seen in one glance, possibly utilising the 'borrowed landscape': these are but some of the devices for maximising space in smaller allotments.
Sandra specialises in creating different 'rooms' in a garden - something which can be achieved in surprisingly small spaces.