The 17th century saying ‘An Englishman’s home is his castle’still rings true today; equally so for a woman.


The past couple of years has seen An English gardener grow in stature through the work with customers and local charities.


An English Gardener is pleased to report that he donates some of his time for charitable causes in the immediate locality. Monthly gardening articles are recorded in Southampton for The 

Talking Echo newspaper, produced for the visually impaired. These are distributed in the Southampton & Eastleigh district. Another cause he is pleased to be associated with is the charity, Southampton in Bloom competition as a judge.


An English Gardener also gets recommended to work in the gardens of customers who have dementia. Winchester based charity 'Mind' have had a good working relationship with An English Gardener for the past couple of years. An English Gardener also regularly shows at exhibitions within Hampshire.


You will not see adverts for An English Gardener in magazines or papers or even through trade promotion companys'. This is because most of the work is obtained through word of mouth by satisfied customers.


From simple lawn care to planting and planning the seasons ahead, an English Gardener can deal with all aspects of garden care, so you do not have to. Where appropriate, An English Gardener is able to engage a professional garden designer to talk to you about improving your garden with innovative ideas.


Our knowledge, passion and grounded work ethic means we bring a 'can do' attitude to every job regardless of size or stature. Listening to our customers, it seems that they would agree. It doesnt matter what type of garden you have, it's how you want to have it looking.


An English Gardener is not confined to one location. Romsey, New Forest, Eastleigh, Micheldever, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Littleton, Hayling Island and Portsmouth have all been visited at some time. 


Welcome to An English Gardener, welcome to enjoying the fullness of your garden.



Dont leave it late in the season until you begin working in your garden. You can see above that this owner has had to employ an army of gardeners to get the garden in order again

For those who have a visual disability or are partially sighted this news media offers a vital insight into what is  going on in the local area. This monthly digest is full of interesting articles that has something for everyone, including gardening. 

enquiries@sate.org - 02380 333343 (ansaphone)

You can now follow An English Gardener on Facebook. The are almost daily updates that informs you what An English Gardener is getting up to. This page is now viewed all over the English speaking world. Look forward to seeing you there and hearing from you.

A must go to event that is set to be bigger and better than ever.
The Solent Gardeners Fayre. Sunday 5th June at Wide Lane, Eastleigh is the venue. If you go to thier website, you'll see that the list of exhibitors is greater than ever. this could be your chance to pick up something special for your garden. Flowers, shrubs, vegetables, ornamental items and lots more.
There is always some good entertainment laid on too as well as some good hearty hot food and drink at sensible prices.
See you there.

An English Gardener - cheers!

Garden waste - where does it all go to? Check out the photo gallery for an answer. You'll be surprised.


Southampton in bloom is run by volunteers. The aims of Southampton in Bloom are:-

A free competition open to residents, businesses and those responsible for various premises in Southampton. The competition encourages colourful summer displays in gardens, balconies, containers and public open spaces. This helps create a better and more enjoyable environment for us all and helps to generate pride in our city.

Admissions and entry forms for 2016 are still being accepted.

Contact details sotoninbloom@gmail.com

Tel:  07585 677 866

Our postal address:-

Mayfield Nurseries,
Mayfield Park,
Weston Lane,
Southampton,
SO19 9HL