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Whether you have a question about a plant or need help with an upcoming project – we’d be delighted to hear from you.

Based in Chorleywood in Hertfordshire, YGP specialises in high quality domestic garden design and landscaping projects.


Blending creative vision with sound plant knowledge and technical expertise, the team at Your Garden Project (YGP) will help you develop your green space and deliver results that exceed your expectations.

We help you create the structural framework for your garden and show you how to embellish this with imaginative successional planting.

As passionate nature-lovers, we also have a team of professionals on hand to advise you about the best plants for encouraging birds, bees and butterflies into your garden and practical ways to conserve water.

Additionally, we can help you with irrigation and lighting to make sure that your garden not only looks good at night, but also functions practically.

Take a look at our portfolio covering the work we’ve completed for clients in Greater London, Herts and Bucks.


Having built gardens of all kinds, we’ve staked our reputation on consistently producing exceptional results. But don’t just take our word for it – take a look at some of the projects we’ve completed over the years…. View some of our latest work.   and also see some of our reviews on Facebook.

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The real task in August is keeping the garden going when so many plants are dying back. As there is less to do, each time I’m in the garden I snip away at spent flower-heads to eek out more colour from bedding and herbaceous borders. If your containers and pots are...


July welcomes in a huge variety of colour and scent into the garden and skillful gardeners can now show off their successional planting. This is the key to all good planting schemes; to avoid too much profusion all at once and ensure that as one flower dies, another...


June is usually one of our driest months. We’re lucky to get more than 2” of rain in the south east and aside from occasional thunderstorms that barely replenish the soil, all our plants need our help to thrive. Here are a few quick tips to avoid the rigours of...

Sitting comfortably

If you do finally get that well earned break from fighting back the snails and weeds, treat yourself to a comfortable outside sitting room! Many thanks to suggestions from Belinda Gray of "theGrower": Summer is coming so plan now for al fresco days and nights in the...


Well, you can probably understand why this blog is so late….May is full-on for all gardeners and landscapers, if we aren’t working now then something has definitely gone wrong with the business plan!       Your Garden Project has been: Planting a 100 meter yew hedge...

Quick Tips for the smallest garden

POTS AND PLANTERS With the last frost safely behind us, the garden centres are brimming with polystyrene’d upright and trailing annual plant varieties for you to plunder. Make absolutely sure your plastic planters have drainage holes or puncture them with a drill or...

Our six legged friends

It’s May and Summer’s definitely on the way. The sun’s coming out more regularly and the air is starting to fill with the sound of small, beating wings. It’s the time when we realise that our insect life has really woken up – though, in reality, much of it has been...

Save our bees

PLANT the right flowers in your garden and they will come! Right, I’ve been banging on about this for far too long so here is a shout out to all of you who are fortunate enough to own a garden and therefore are able to do something about it. Whether you live in the...

Belinda Gray

Belinda Gray from The Grower has kindly supplied a few wonderful spring recipes. Belinda is a highly experienced vegetable and fruit gardener living in Suffolk. She offers small and inspiring classes within the setting of an old Suffolk walled garden where you can...


It always amazes me how quickly nature responds to a few warm sunny days. Everything in my garden is waking up and I love that expectation of colour and scent and the promise of warm summer evenings. However, this has to be a busy month otherwise we can all face a...