Paul has many years of experience designing and advising on gardens, from tiny front gardens all the way up to large grounds and estates. He is increasingly being called on to consult on the restoration and management of historic gardens, particularly where there is a need to balance the garden's history and archaeology with modern day needs.
Here is a slideshow of some completed projects.
Paul has been commissioned by the National Trust to recreate the planting of The Wilderness at Oxburgh Hall Norfolk, based on extensive research undertaken by the National Trust and garden historian Dr Sarah Rutherford.
This stunning 15th-century moated manor house has a wooded area that was once home to a more formal Victorian shrubbery with a sunken dell, an Ice House and paths edged in clipped box. The redesign will restore this area to its former Victorian splendour.