Garden Design

This page covers the normal garden design process, so you know what to expect. The approach is flexible depending on whether you already have a good idea of the type of garden you want.

You can book a free meeting to start the process. You are only obligated to pay once you have signed a Design Agreement.

Surveying is available as part of the design process or as a separate service.

The Garden Design Process

Initial Meetings
Initial Meeting(s) The site is visited and you are interviewed. Photos will be taken for reference.
Design Agreement
Agreement An agreement will be written summarising your wants and needs. Once signed surveying and design work can begin.
Draft Plan
Draft Plan A draft plan ensures that the garden design is heading the way you intended before going further in the design.
Final Design
Final Design Details are added to the draft plan and the plant and material requirements are finalised.

Planting Plans

If you don't want your whole garden designed a well thought out planting plan for some or all of your borders can make a big improvement.

Taking into account the soil, aspect and your preferences a plan is drawn up. The plan provides all the details required for someone to plant up the border.

Planting Plan

At the end of the process you will receive a hard copy of your planting plan.