Sarah Heaton is a city gardener, garden designer and garden writer based in Shepherds Bush, London. She plants and designs city gardens, specialising in attractive planting plans for small gardens and edible gardens.
She uses ethical practices (mainly organic materials), respected suppliers and has long standing relationships with landscapers to develop and deliver good quality and easy to manage gardens that clients can enjoy.
Sarah is also a community gardener and has worked with patients at an NHS hospital in Richmond for five years. She also ran a primary school gardening club in Hammersmith for six years and supports the environmental charity Hammersmith Community Gardens Association and social enterprise, Cultivate London. Sarah wrote a monthly column for the Fulham Gazette until this year when she decided to focus on building her gardening business.
Sarah is a member of the RHS and friend of the Society of Garden Designers and Kew Gardens. She goes to the Chelsea Flower Show annually,regularly attends lectures and visits gardens, especially in the NGS.
She has many years experience in gardening, including on her own garden allotment. She trained at Capel Manor College, Gunnersbury Park, and qualified with the RHS certificate in the Principles of Horticulture in 2011/12. Prior to this, Sarah worked in public relations in London, Hong Kong and Australia. She is married with three children.