Experienced Garden Designer Bracknell
Adam Vetere is an innovative, award-winning and experienced garden designer in Bracknell and the Berkshire area. He graduated from the London College of Garden Design with a Distinction in 2019, won two Best of Houzz awards for Design and Service in 2020, and is now a member of the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL). Adam has worked on a variety of different projects, from small townhouse gardens to large countryside landscapes, delivering them all with equal enthusiasm.
“I’ve designed gardens both large and small, town or country, drawing upon inspiration from the four corners of the world, utilising my passion for plants and inspirational design.”
Adam created his first designs at a reputable landscape design and construction company in the 1990s, working there for several years. During this time, he built up his skills and reputation as an accomplished designer.
With his extensive graphical design training, Adam was soon able to construct visionary and practical designs for himself. This helped him as he built up an understanding of the practical and budgetary limitations of the materials and the time needed to implement a design scheme.
In time, Adam's career turned to business and financial design, but he continued to work on a number of commissions and develop his skills in horticulture and garden design.
What I Do
Garden Design Services
Adam has a diverse range of expertise, and is highly skilled in landscape and garden design in Bracknell and throughout Berkshire. His services include:
Adam is intimately involved with every garden he designs, from the initial consultation to the completion of your new outdoor space.
Did You Know?
Gardens in Bracknell
Bracknell has a number of beautiful gardens and green spaces to explore, particularly in the Bracknell Forest region.
At South Hill Park, there are landscaped gardens, lakes and woodland surrounding a Grade II listed building which is now used as an arts centre. The Italian Garden (pictured) has been restored to the original 19th century designs of architect Temple Moore.