I offer a professional Garden Design service throughout Bristol and Bath as well as further afield. I design gardens that are carefully thought out, aesthetically pleasing and are tailored to your needs and wants as well as your budget.

Working closely with the client ensures that a clear brief is established; listening to what you require then ensuring regular dialogue between the Landscapers and other parties involved so that the overall outcome is what you want.

I’ll oversee any bespoke design and enjoy the challenge of designing something unique for a garden if it requires it.

My designs aim to be simple and work well with the space I am given. Likewise I keep my planting palette simple and try to create gardens that require little maintenance. Essentially, I endeavour to create a garden that makes you want to spend all your time in it…



I am a qualified Garden Designer and studied at the Oxford College of Garden Design, one of the best courses for garden design in Europe. I qualified with a distinction in Residential Landscape Architecture. In 2012 I started working at Katherine Roper Landscape & Garden Design where I have worked on a variety of designs from initial site survey through to completion.  

I aim to create imaginative, well-designed gardens, using a variety of quality landscaping materials as well as exciting plants that complement the schemes. I relish the challenge of finding a design solution whatever the size and shape of the plot and particularly enjoy working on contemporary urban gardens.

I am associated with the Society of Garden Designers and attend their professional development courses and conferences. I also regularly meet with fellow designers from the society.

I also enjoy photography and all the photos on this site are taken by myself.


“Lee demonstrated total commitment from the start to the transformation of our garden from a wasteland to an oasis of beauty for the benefit of families staying at the Cots for Tots House. His enthusiasm and dedication to the project was outstanding from the beginning, the conceptual drawings Lee provided not only highlighted his horticultural knowledge in gardens and plants, but an artistic flair and attention to detail.

All I can say is thank you so much Lee for making what seemed unachievable, achievable, in creating the Cots for Tots Garden.”