consultation An on-site
meeting to discuss your requirements for the garden, including practical and
aesthetic elements as well as materials and plants to be incorporated. This
stage establishes what you want from your garden and how this can be tied in
to reflect your personality and lifestyle.
Survey If you decide to commission a design
a Site Survey will be carried out to establish the size and dimensions of your
garden. All the gardens dimensions, existing features, existing plants will
be recorded along with photographs of the garden, property and surrounding views.
The design process
comprises the steps shown to the right, for smaller, less complicated gardens
all these stages may not be necessary.
Plan / Master Plan The design for your garden. A scale
plan with section views detailing how all the practical and aesthetic elements
of the garden are positioned, along with suggested hard landscaping materials
and styles for planting areas. After discussion with yourselves any necessary
revisons are made to establish the Master Plan Click
here for an example Concept Plan.
and Setting Out Drawings Only usually required for
large complex sites. These drawings detail the precise location of elements
of the garden as well as how to construct bespoke features
We are happy to help with the sourcing of garden furniture, pots or even sculpture.
Please contact for further details.
your Garden We
only work with approved contractors to ensure your garden is built to the highest
standards. We can also liaise between the contractor and yourselves to ensure
all the plants go! The plans detail the number, size and location of all the
plants for your garden, taking
into account soil, aspect and your personal taste. We
only source plants form our established network of nurseries supplying
quality, healthy plants. Click
here for an example Planting Plan.
Once the garden has been built plants are
delivered ans set out according to the plans, this allows necessary last minute
adjustments to be made to maximise the impact of the planting.