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Phillippa Probert

Pip Probert Garden Designer - Outer Spaces Wirral

Young, talented and inspiring, Phillippa Probert is an RHS Gold medal-winning designer who has produced stunning gardens at Tatton Park, Gardeners World, Malvern & Chelsea since 2005.

  • Date Joined: 10 Apr 2008
  • Isn't Time Flying!

    Pip Probert on 28 Jun 2008 at 11:26 AM

    Well, we start on site at Tatton Park next weekend. I have already been to Tatton Park twice in the last few weeks, just to have a walk around the site, and get a feel for where my gardens will be.

    Stew, my main construction man has been working hard alongside myself and also our suppliers to ensure that everything will come together once we start building on site. I have been down to Gloucester to see the Organic Stone team, and to see the first samples of our bespoke paving stones, made specially for the Shown Garden - Aqua Life. The colour is amazing, and the texture is beautiful. I left the show room very optimistic and excited about the whole thing. We have made a slight alteration to the design, and included another new product that will highlight the pathway that runs alongside the pool. Not giving too much away, but it is something a little bit different. The Bigger Plant Co have also put my mind at ease (once again) when I went to check on my gorgeous trees. We have two different varietes of tree on the 'Aqua Life' Show Garden, and a Phontinia Hedge on the 'Time Out' Back to Back Garden


  • What An Experience!

    Pip Probert on 05 Jun 2008 at 07:27 PM

    Well I have finally got back on top of everything after my stay in London. I built my first garden at the Chelsea Flower (Urban Category), and received a Bronze Medal, which I am extremely proud of.

    The weather was fantastic during both the build and the show period, but when it came time to break the garden down the heavens opened, and all the tools, equipment, materials came back dirty and very wet! As did the Outer Spaces team. It was one of the projects where everything that could possibley go wrong, DID! We overcame the problems, and built a fantastic garden, that I was extremely happy with, (and as usual) sad to breakdown.