I have been working within the landscape Industry for over 28 years now. I am a Member of the Landscape Institute, a Member of the Society of Garden Designers and a Member of the Institute of Horticulture. It's also with a great deal of pride that I have recently been bestowed an Honorary Doctorate in Design by Greenwich University.
I have experience of all sizes of project from large scale public works and public inquiries to small gardens all of which I enjoy. I consider myself able to work in a number of styles both traditional and contemporary with each scheme being individual and tailored to the site, the client and their life style.
My key strength lies in my visualisation skills with a deep understanding of space and scale backed up by attention to detail and a passion for landscape and architecture.
Sarah Eberle qualified and became a member of the Landscape Institute in 1980. Over the last 26 years she has practised landscape architecture and garden design, running her own business in Devon.
During the 1990s, Sarah joined Hillier Landscapes as Design Director, where she is still a shareholder but also runs her own practice in Hampshire.
Sarah has an esteemed record in RHS shows, having won eight Gold medals, Best in Show and the George Cook award for innovation twice at Hampton Court. Sarah has also exhibited at Tatton Park and BBC Gardeners' World Live.
She project managed the Daily Telegraph garden at the Chelsea Flower Show for Michael Balston in 1999, which picked up a Gold medal and was later reconstructed at RHS Wisley.