Adam Frost is a Landscape Designer who is passionate about what he does.

He believes there’s inspiration all around us – in nature, architecture, art, people and food – we just have to take the time to stop and look around.

He draws on memories, special places and people who have been influential to the way he designs.

Adam cares that his garden designs are about creating personal spaces that people can feel comfortable in, places that actually feel ‘real’, as well as being beautiful.

Adam enjoys travelling the world designing gardens and speaking on a wide variety of horticultural topics.

He has written a book entitled ‘Real Gardens’ about the memories and ideas behind his Chelsea Gold Medal winning designs.

Adam is an RHS Ambassador for Education and Community Gardens, Co-Founder of the Homebase Garden Academy and a presenter on BBC television, including Gardeners’ World.

Adam also loves sport and cooking. He lives with his wife Sulina in a picturesque Lincolnshire village, with their four children, one horse, two ponies, two spaniels, one black Labrador and an ancient cat!  His 3 acre garden is a work in progress.

“I love everything about gardens, whatever type of design or style. They connect people, space and plants – all of which I am passionate about. Our relationship with our environment enhances the quality of our lives and great gardens feed the soul.”

Adam Frost as a child with watering can
Adam Frost holding trophy
Adam Frost and his family