Garden design with Tom Massey

An interview with Tom Massey garden designer

Tom Massey is an award winning garden designer from south-west London, you may have seen on BBC2 garden design series ‘Your Garden Made Perfect’.

Recent accolades also include a gold medal and BBC People’s Choice Award for the Yeo Valley Organic Garden at the first ever September RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

In this video he talks with ACO about:

  • What inspired him to start his career in garden design and how he’s developed his
  • How a garden designer should bring a holistic approach when looking at a project
  • The importance of considering sustainability in every project
  • Striving for perfection in garden design

For more information on Tom Massey and his design studio, please see the link below for his website.

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