Free MicroWoodland Design

Welcome to the MicroWoodland course, a unique opportunity to transform your home garden into a vibrant, climate-friendly space. As a garden designer, I’ve crafted this course to empower you with the knowledge and skills to create your own MicroWoodland. This is not just about gardening, it’s about bringing more green into your life, contributing to the environment, and experiencing the joy of nurturing your own little forest. Imagine the joy of inviting your friends and family into your curated space, sharing your passion for MicroWoodland gardening. There is a sense of generosity in gardening, and by sharing this course, we can create a network of MicroWoodland enthusiasts, fostering a community of like-minded individuals.

Right now, I am sitting in my MicroWoodland. I’m sitting here with rustling leaves and dappled light on a full sunny day. Only yesterday, it was inclement weather, and the sound of the drip, drip, drops through the leaves was just as divine, and I could sit in my chair under the canopy and enjoy the rain. My soil is not saturated, and the plants all look incredibly healthy from that continued cloud burst yesterday; so, the sun and the rain have been well accommodated within this space. It’s working with our changing climate.

My MicroWoodland has grown up a bit now, although the great thing about trees and this design is that it will have an immediate impact. I started with a few birch trees, hazel saplings, a yew, and some geraniums. I always incorporate trees into my garden designs, but I created something a bit different at home. It was a throw-together, rough around the edges. But it has matured into something that far exceeded my hopes and dreams for abundance, and it taught me a lot. Ultimately, I want to share my insights into what the Mimosa, MicroWoodland, can be for your garden.

One of the things that I’m so passionate about is bringing MicroWoodlands to any size garden, whether it be a front garden, back garden, or even a container garden.  Trees give back more than they take. Ultimately, the space within a garden can become a community with trees and understory and consideration of how you will participate in that space. For too long now, we have given up our ground to grass. We feel comfortable with its low-lying impact, but I suggest you be bold because trees will accommodate far more varying soil conditions than grass and provide beautiful spaces for you to be in whether you love sun, shade, rain, or shine. You can be selective about your placement of the trees, being considerate of where you place yourself within the MicroWoodland, which is incredibly important because your garden is your way to connect with nature.

So welcome; I’m glad you’ve taken the time to listen, understand, and commit to building your own MicroWoodland garden. You know, the most beautiful thing about this process is that the energy you put in will be returned tenfold, and there is no question that the joy you get from creating a MicroWoodland far exceeds the workload. It is much less work to create a MicroWoodland than to make extensive herbaceous borders full of perennials. So, let’s get to it!

Book Your OnSite Consultation

Our first point of call is an Onsite Consultation. This is an opportunity to tap into my 18 years of landscaping and construction experience and firm up your ideas with you.  

  • This consultation will give you a guide on pricing and timescales.
  • As it will contribute to your design should you wish to go ahead we recommend all decision-makers are present for this meeting and as such we are happy to attend your property evenings or weekends, should that be required.
  • The service is followed by a Vision Board and Client Specification sheet that will be sent to your email and will bring together your needs and desires giving you a clear goal to focus on the next stages of your project. 


Once you submit the form you will be redirected to PayPal to process the £120 (Inc VAT) consultation fee.