Posted on September 10, 2021
The Cotswolds are known for their stunning countryside and numerous, beautiful gardens, making it the perfect place for nature lovers to explore their love of all things gardening. If you are looking for inspiration for your own garden, big or small, discover these seven local professional and amateur gardeners who can provide a little inspiration for your dream garden.
As an amateur gardener and proud cat owner, Sarah’s account reflects her love of both.
Her photos chronicle her joy within her beautiful garden as it blooms with clever individual shots of flowers alongside candid posts of Whiskers enjoying the garden.
Landscape designer and winner of House and Gardens Designer of the Year Award 2019, Dan Pearson’s account demonstrates his work as a gardener and plantsman alongside his landscape and seasonal blooms photography.
Follow Dan’s account to gain a glimpse of his designs and hard work achieving these combined with photographs of landscapes across the cotswolds.
Living in the Cotswold’s while working as an interior designer, David describes himself as a passionate gardener. His account follows his garden as it changes seasonally throughout the year and chronicles the fruits of his labour from his beautiful greenhouse to his vegetable and fruit gardens.
As a graduate from The Cotswold Gardening School, Louise is a garden designer based in the Cheltenham area.
Louise’s account observes her love of gardens, picturesque views and flowers from her travels around the local area and wider afield and demonstrates some of the gorgeous designs she has created for her clients.
Kiftsgate Court gardens can be found 10 minutes from the lovely town of Chipping Campden. The gardens were created over 100 years ago by Heather Muir and three generations of descended female gardeners still curate the stunning gardens today.
This beautiful account photographs the gardens throughout the year demonstrating the changing foliage and landscapes throughout the seasons.
As a Cotswolds-based landscape designer, Harriet works with her team to turn outside spaces into eco-friendly gardens to be enjoyed by families and friends. Harriet’s recognition goes far beyond our borders with award-winning endeavours well documented in the national press.
Harriet’s account focuses on her work and her love of landscapes and travels within the UK. There are delightful photos of her pond and garden creations alongside colourful borders.
As a creator of garden designs using traditional materials to create beautiful outdoor spaces, Susan Dunstall has been recognised for her collaboration on the award-winning David Harber’s sculpture gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show. A master of her craft, she’s also a tutor of the Garden Design Diploma programme run by the Oxford College of Garden Design.
Her Instagram posts follow Susan’s delight in gardens and their blooms while showing what sparks inspiration from her various finds and views across The Cotswolds.