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Creative director: Curstain Keltie (BSc hons)

Curstain started her career in biological sciences and worked successfully in research At Birmingham University. A tropical habitat conservation in Madagascar influenced her developing interest in horticulture and garden design.

Curstain has worked extensively as a designer in Worcestershire and Gloucestershire on ambitious bespoke projects of all sizes. Her specialism is plants and her CV includes qualifications in tropical habitat conservation, applied biology, plants and plantsmanship and a BSc honours degree in biological sciences. Her passion for design and planting ensures each garden has sustainability as well as beauty.


07920 147 374

Site director: Sam Clark

Sam is a highly skilled landscaper with over 20 year’s experience. His formal training was at the prestigious classic gardens of Herefordshire’s Hampton Court Estate, where he worked for five years on the restoration and creation of the gardens. There he learned all aspects of horticulture and hard landscaping. His accreditation in both these areas is unusual to find and enables him to deliver landscaping projects that blend planting and architectural forms effectively and aesthetically. Sam has been running his own landscaping business successfully for over 15 years delivering ambitious garden projects for clients countrywide. This level of landscaping demands exemplary standards of consultation, project and man management and finish.


07974 179 946

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