Despite being the youngest member of our team, Chloe is no stranger to success, she first won a converted RHS Silver-Gilt medal at the age of 16 as lead designer on the 500m2 ‘What We Want’ Teenage Garden at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2002, this garden still remains the largest ever RHS show garden and received intense media coverage, including national news bulletins on BBC, ITV and NEWS 24. The garden, complete with skateboard ramp, chill-out zone and meadow was also awarded the prestigious RHS Most Original and Innovative Show Garden 2002.
Chloe has recently graduated with a Bsc Honours in Landscape and Garden Design, she has been actively involved in the design and construction of gardens for a number of years. In 2004 she was a full time member of the Henley Salt team that built nine show gardens in a single year at Chelsea, Gardeners World Live and Hampton Court Palace Flower Shows.
Chloe is now actively involved on some exciting projects including large contemporary gardens and has also been appointed as a consultant to the Kings Fund advising the Prison Service on healing environments.