Our approach to design is simple; we listen hard to you ensuring we encapsulate your ideas, then move to another level to develop your garden space into an inspirational, harmonious and exciting design, enabling you to realise your dreams achieving a wonderful outdoor space. We offer a comprehensive consultancy service embracing each project with passion and spirit.
Gardens are an important element in our lives; whether a sanctuary and relaxation zone or a place to socialise they should reflect you and your lifestyle. Allow us to unfold your initial thoughts and develop a proposal that will be both individual and creative. We focus on dividing the space with simple, strong lines that are balanced, connecting the space to its contextual surroundings, softened by a palette of planting. Our horticultural knowledge is extensive and we are able to visualise schemes, heights, colours, textures and seasonal interest to achieve an eye catching well balanced planting scheme.
An IT consultant turned garden designer, Mandy Buckland followed her passion for art, sculpture, gardens and design by completing a BA (Hons) degree in Garden Design at Greenwich University and has been working in the industry since 2002. She is a fully accredited, Registered Member of the Society of Garden Designers, has been awarded a Gold Medal at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, a Gold Medal and Best Small Garden at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and has designed and built over 250 gardens.
Gemma joined greencube in March 2014 after deciding to pursue a career in horticulture having been a primary school teacher. She attended Hadlow College for 3 years on a part time basis and has achieved the RHS Level 2 Diploma in the Principles and Practices of Horticulture. Gemma's passion for plants and her constant desire to learn new planting schemes is evident. Gemma loves being outdoors and enjoys the process of caring and nurturing our greencube gardens.
Emily joined greencube part-time in May 2017. Emily is genuinely excited by plants and horticulture and is keen to communicate her enthusiam to as wide an audience as possible. She has previous experience working for the National Trust in their Sissinghurst Castle Garden nursery and as a garden volunteer at Red House in Bexleyheath.
Benita joined greencube part-time in May 2017. Following a successful career as a bilingual secretery Benita followed her love for gardening, looking after a number of private gardens, and gaining a range of Horticultural qualifications. She continues to study for a College Certifcate in Garden Design at Hadlow.
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