Innovative Garden Designer Oxford
Adam Vetere is an innovative, inspirational and award-winning garden designer in Oxford and throughout Oxfordshire. He has a wealth of experience in garden design and has worked on a variety of projects of different sizes, approaching them all with the same passion for plants and sustainable design. Adam graduated from the London College of Garden Design with a Distinction in 2019, then went on to win two Best of Houzz awards for Design and Service in 2020.
“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 has a unique background in horticulture, graphic design training, practical landscaping and business design. He created his first designs whilst working at a reputable landscape design and construction company in the 1990s, building up his skills and reputation.
During this time, Adam had the opportunity to put his extensive graphical design training to use as he built and constructed designs that were both visionary and practical. Through this, he was able to build up an understanding of the practical and budgetary limitations of the materials and the time needed to implement a design scheme.
A subtle change of career led Adam into a business and financial design path, but his role was still very design-focused. He continued to work on a number of commissions and develop his horticultural skills during this period.
What I Do
Garden Design Services
As a member of the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) Adam is highly skilled in garden and landscape design. He offers the following services to clients in and around Oxford:
Adam is intimately involved with every garden he designs, guiding you through the process every step of the way.
Did You Know?
Gardens in Oxford
The Botanic Garden at the University of Oxford, founded in 1621, is one of the oldest scientific gardens in the world!
With over 5000 species of plants, it's extremely diverse and has a wide range of gardens and glasshouses to explore.
Photo by Ozeye, Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Image: An obscured Magdalen Great Tower from the Botanic Gardens