Jekka's gardens

Jekka has designed and built several permanent gardens all over the UK, for charities, hospitals, hotels, restaurants and hostels.


Notting Hill, London

Designed by Jekka McVicar, built with the help of St Mungo‘s Homeless Charity & the Putting Down Roots team. Sponsored by Jo Malone London.


St John's Hospice garden, London

Based on Jekka's award-winning 'A Modern Apothecary Garden' shown at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2016. The garden has now been relocated an planted in its permanent home at St John's Hospice.


The Three Counties Showground, Malvern

Designed by Jekka McVicar, maintained by Pathways and Three Counties Showground. The health and wellbeing garden has been built as a permanent garden in the centre of the three counties showground, supporting Pathways a work based day service for young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.

Southmead Hospital rooftop garden, Bristol

This garden was created for the doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals to use whilst working in a very busy city hospital. It is a tranquil space on the roof of the multi storey building for them to have a moments peace and time to reflect.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show, 2016 'A Modern Apothecary Garden'

The inspiration for 'A Modern Apothecary' was based on conversations with doctors and care professionals about what we can do to improve our own health within the context of gardens and plants. The garden featured research-based plants known to be beneficial to the health and well being of society. It will be a place of quiet reflection, which seeks to highlight the important relationship between medicine and nature. 

The Goring, London

Jekka designed and planted a culinary herb garden in the heart of London for the Goring as part of their refurbishment. The herb garden contained over 100 different herbs to be used in their new Goring Bar and Siren restaurant fronted by Nathan Outlaw. (Read the article in the Telegraph)

Riverstone Kensington Residence, London

Jekka has created a herb garden for Riverstone, a provider of exceptional London living for the over 65s, at their Kensington residence. It is part of a community garden for residents to enjoy with their friends, children and grandchildren (Read Jekka's blog about her garden).


Whether you are starting out, an avid chef, a plant enthusiast or garden designer our collection is likely to have something to inspire you. We are growing a virtual Herbetum called Jekkapedia enabling you to browse and learn at your leisure.