Robert Ayers is an experienced designer and creator of unique gardens and horticultural features whose body of work speaks for itself.
Before moving to Suffolk he worked in and around London building a long and loyal roster of happy clients.
Robert's an enthusiast, he's a perfectionist and he marries a love of traditional techniques and materials with an everyday, common-sense approach.
He's a devoted Dad. And a pretty devoted birdwatcher too.
"We couldn't be happier with our new garden. Rob gave us exactly what we hoped for: a modern, well designed and low maintenance space. He was so considerate during the work, a total perfectionist who never cut corners, and extremely knowledgable, especially about plants. We don't believe anyone else could have done such high quality work for such a reasonable fee."
- Catherine and Andrew Baker, Crouch End, London
"St. Peters looks so fantastic! Thank you so much, a great job and what a total difference it makes."
- Lucinda Chambers, Hammersmith, London W6
"We wanted a low-maintenance, family-friendly outdoor space that had different zones for storage, adults and kids. This involved hard landscaping, a new lawn, decking, fencing and creative bordering. Rob was a pleasure to work with throughout, from initial ideas to maintenance instructions. As well as being a very practical space, it's a pleasure to look at every day. Rob was also very patient with our four-year-old daughter who was constantly wanting to help!"
- Matt & Geetha Beaven, Manor Road, London N2
"We could not be happier with the work Rob did for us in our front and back gardens. We particularly like the fact that he combines a keen eye for aesthetic detail with a great knowledge of plants and the ability to do whatever technical work is needed such as patios, paths and fences to an extremely high standard. He was open to our ideas but also made sound, proactive suggestions at every step of the way. We would highly recommend Rob!"
- Matthew and Jennifer Sanders, London N8
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