First Garden Design is a dedicated landscape and garden design practice in Oxfordshire, creating bespoke gardens that match our client’s individual lifestyle.
Our philosophy over the last 25 years has always been designing stunning outside spaces for every type of property and budget.
We work with clients from Warwickshire through Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties to London.
Our unique modern gardens mirror the aesthetics of your home.
By using our knowledge, we build structures that emphasize your individual objective and taste.
Many new build gardens are small in relation to the property but using our knowledge we create an outside space that you will be proud of.
The place of thinking
Our studio is where it starts. We have been to our client and jointly built the ‘Customer Brief.’ We've conducted a survey of the garden and utilizing its information we draw the garden's Bone Structure. This we term the Concept Design.
We subsequently produce the garden’s Concept design. We present this using 2D plans and 3D models to display how the garden relates to the home interior.
Every step of the way.
The process of developing our outstanding gardens has been proved over more than two decades. Each step is essential, and the next is never started until the previous has been completed.
Our philosophy in designing magnificent gardens is thinking of both artistry and practical structures and features. You cannot obtain one without the other.
During the coronavirus pandemic, we can also work with clients via Zoom and Facetime. If you prefer we can also work with you over the telephone and post. We can provide 2D and 3D scaled drawings of the garden based on your measurements and garden photographs.
Our design drawings are defined to scale to itemize the different garden areas like paving, walling, and pathways. This includes any retained or new structures like sheds and greenhouses,. Each one will be positioned in the retained places as set out in your measurements.
To complete your new garden, we set out a planting plan based upon your plant's likes and dislikes, as well as the best areas to plant them.