Tom Angel is a Chartered Horticulturist offering a range of landscape consultancy, planting design and horticultural services. Consultancy services include landscape and garden reports, invasive weed surveys, plant and tree sourcing, and a horticultural recruitment service for private estates.

Having spent many years as a commercial gardening contractor, Tom has a wealth of practical horticultural experience along with a pragmatic and friendly approach. As well as landscape and garden consultancy, Tom creates imaginative planting plans focusing on biodiversity net gain, year-round interest and ease of maintenance. In 2019 Tom won Silver Gilt & Best New Show Garden at Gardening Scotland. Tom also offers a horticulture and planting service, along with bare-root planting and fruit tree pruning over the winter months.

For an informal chat just send a message or call. Services are available for both residential and commercial clients all across Scotland, the U.K. and abroad.

Landscape & Garden Consultancy

For bespoke reports, landscape management advice, site inspections, maintenance schedules, soil pH tests and horticultural recruitment. Available in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen, Perth, elsewhere in Scotland or further afield.

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Planting Design & Plant Sourcing

Planting plans focused on biodiversity net gain, ease of maintenance and maximum impact can be provided wherever you are, be that Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen, Perth, elsewhere in Scotland or further afield.

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Horticulture & Planting

Tom has some availability for these services which are available wherever you are, be that Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen, Perth, elsewhere in Scotland or further afield.

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Invasive Weed Surveys

For Japanese Knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, Giant Hogweed, or any other invasive species. Surveys with management plans provided wherever you are, be that Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen, Perth, elsewhere in Scotland or further afield.

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