Young garden designer to showcase designs at Grand Designs Live

The 22-year-old garden designer and owner of Jack Dunckley's Birchfield Nursery in Sussex, Jack Dunckley, will showcase his award winning garden designs at UK consumer homes and gardens exhibition, Grand Designs Live in London, 2-10 May 2015.

Jack Dunckley
Jack Dunckley

Jack Dunckley’s Landscape Design is based at Birchfield Nursery in West Sussex, a six-acre family run nursery hosting 500,000 plants in more than 3,500 different varieties. It has a young, multi-disciplinary landscaping team.

An eight-time RHS award winner, including Silver-Gilt Medals at Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Shows, Dunckley started designing gardens at 10 years old and won his first RHS award at 14.

Dunckley said: "Being able to design gardens everyday really is a dream come true. My passion is to produce the highest quality horticultural designs that will give long-lasting enjoyment to my clients.  Whatever the brief and landscape size, I work from initial consultation, right through the finished build – I want every client to have the best possible experience, and be delighted with the end result!"

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