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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

A bumblebee visits a flowering geranium

An informal garden pond plays host to aquatic wildlife

The bright blossom of a spring flowering Camellia

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Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

Japanese Anemones provide late summer colourA lovely display of daffodils

The vivid red stems of dogwoods in winter

Combine spring flowering bulbs with summer flowering shrubs & herbaceous for a continuous display

Bees love marsh marigolds

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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Tim Brayford’s Isle of Wight Gardens 16

A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

An apple tree in spring

Late summer colour

Tim Brayford Landscapes – Raised herb & vegetable beds

A July flowering clematis

Late summer plums

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

Apple blossom in May

Runner Bean Obelisk

A midsummer wildflower meadow

Circular paving

Nature’s mower

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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Tim Brayford – The Isle of Wight’s B.A.L.I. Award Winning Garden Designer

National Award Winning Garden Designer and Landscaper

Established in 1980, Isle of Wight based Tim Brayford Landscapes are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. I have designed and built numerous prestigious gardens across the island

Good garden design is the essential foundation on which a landscaping project is built. A verbal consultation is a good place to start.
Landscaping Proposal Example 1
An illustrated recommendation report helps to provide a written reference point for the proposed landscaping works.

With a plantsman’s approach to my projects I am able to encompass a great many styles working towards both traditional and contemporary looks

 My aim is to create beautiful gardens across the Isle of Wight and I look forward to the next exciting project.

For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit my  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

A bee enjoys this flowering pear

An attractive grouping of planted pots

A newly planted woodland

The attractive blue flowers of ground covering periwinkle

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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Tim Brayford’s Isle of Wight Gardens 13

A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

An attractive summer border flanks natural stone paving

Free range hens enliven this country garden

Bluebells in springtime

A cowslip in April

Pots can be decorative even when empty

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

A cosy courtyard

A half barrel makes a tiny wildlife pond

Colourful chaenomeles flowers in spring

A winding grass paths leads into the trees

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

Prairie 1

Prairie Flowers

Colourful winter cotoneaster berries

Bluebells in springtime

An interesting water spout

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An attractive wild flower meadow in May

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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A successful garden will  contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.  It may play host to a broad range of flora and fauna enhancing local biodiversity and collectively benefiting the wider world environment by absorbing CO2. Here are just a few examples from gardens on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere. 

A bee feeding on a flowering currant

Spring and summer flowers surround this ancient staddlestone

This formal fountain pond is set against a wooded background

Snakeshead fritillary naturalised in grass

A productive herb garden

Tim Brayford Landscapes were established in 1980 and we are British Association of Landscape Industries National Award Winners for Garden Design & Construction. For more photos, advice & stories about gardening please visit our  website  email timbrayfordlandscapes@gmail.com  phone 07890 869918

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