“We are so delighted by what Fraser and`Morris created. It works perfectly with the surrounding architecture both to look and to be in. I hope that we will do another one with them in the future.”
Tom Emerson,
6a architects

“A lovely walled sun trap of a garden …”
Daily Telegraph

“Their choice of plants are like synchronised swimmers; there is never a muddy space, instead every week something comes up and waves at you.”
Charlie Lee Potter. House & Garden, 2014

Helen Fraser and Non Morris design atmospheric and thoughtful gardens using plants as the principal focus . They undertake a wide range of private commissions and have been invited to work on a number of public spaces including the Fox Garden for the South London gallery and a recent scheme for a new library in Kensington.

After successful careers in film and television production Helen Fraser and Non Morris retrained in plantsmanship and horticulture at The English Gardening School at the Chelsea Physic Garden.

Helen Fraser divides her time between London and Scotland where she is developing a 5 acre garden with extensive woodland and lochside planting at 1200 feet.

Non Morris lives in South London. She writes regularly on gardens for a number of publications including Country Life and The Daily Telegraph. Her blog on plants and gardens www.thedahliapapers.com has been recommended by The Sunday Times and The Sunday Telegraph. She is part of the Garden Committee advising on planting at Fullers Mill Trust in Suffolk.