“I PASSIONATELY BELIEVE a well-designed garden is one that looks harmonious with its surroundings. Working with both the natural environment, style of house as well as the wider landscape, I interpret my clients' wishes to ensure the gardens I create are not just visually stunning but look as if they were always meant to be there. Using a fusion of both ornamental and natural planting, my designs encourage wildlife into the garden to create a vibrant haven for all and a feast for the senses."
Wildlife Friendly Coastal Garden
Front & rear gardens for a new Eco house in Winchelsea Beach which had landscape planning requirements for bat habitat conservation. In the front garden is a drought tolerant, coastal inspired gravel garden, and the rear garden has a wildflower meadow, orchard, bog garden and pond.
This garden is a finalist in the Society of Garden Designer's 2022 Awards. It was also shortlisted for the Design Under £30K Category for the 'Small Project Big Impact' Pro Landscaper Awards 2021.
This garden also featured in 'The Garden Design Journal' November 2018
Designed, built and maintained for free by Kristina Clode Garden Design, with the help of school volunteers, this is a floriferous, drought tolerant, wildlife friendly gravel garden which is never watered. It's a feast for the senses with lots of scented plants, different textures, dynamic changes in plant height over the seasons and glorious colour!
This garden won the 'Judges' Award' and 'The Design for the Environment' Award at the Society of Garden Designers 2021 Awards.
Sedlescombe Primary School Sensory Garden
Designed to complement the charming tall old garden walls in the grounds of a grade II listed Georgian manor house in Lydd, this romantic rose garden follows a traditional quartered layout, but with a modern naturalistic twist to the planting.