Sadie May Stowell (HNC.Hort BA(hons) PGDipLA)
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT & GARDEN DESIGNER
Sadie is an experienced and award winning Garden Designer and Landscape Architect with a flair for imaginative and creative design and a passion for spectacular plant combinations.
Originally trained in Fine Art, Sadie studied Garden Design at Pershore College of Horticulture, she subsequently qualified to post-graduate level Landscape Architecture at the University Of Gloucestershire.
In 2005, Sadie was the overall winner of the Channel 4 national garden design competition ‘The Great Garden Challenge’ an achievement which brought both local and national acclaim. More recently Sadie has appeared on both national and international television, featuring in the UK, Australia, South Korea and the USA.
Sadie is regularly invited to appear as a garden design expert on local radio, she also gives guest lectures to students at The University Of Gloucestershire and has appeared as a guest speaker at several Royal Horticultural Society conferences.
As a result of her success, Sadie has received both local and national press coverage.
Sadie’s flair for creativity combined with an extensive knowledge of horticulture is a winning combination for garden design. Sadie creates inspired spaces where her rich tapestries of planting shine. Numerous medal-winning show gardens and Artisan Gardens at ‘The Hampton Court Palace Flower Show’ and ‘The Chelsea Flower Show’, showcased her artistic style of design, attracting considerable media and public attention.
Sadie’s design ethos combines sensitivity to the environment with an understanding of how to make spaces work for the people who will use them. The results are always beautiful, inspired and functional. She creates gardens to be enjoyed.
Inspiration for the designs Sadie produces comes from the abstract shapes and forms of plants and the natural environment. When Sadie is not designing and planting gardens, she enjoys sailing, horse riding, running and walking Brian the dog.