It is sometimes quite hard to visualise how your garden will look and where to position its features and plants to make the best effect.
Our initial meeting is the time to discuss just that; exciting thoughts and ideas from which we can formulate the basis of the design brief.
Once the Brief is accepted and the survey is drawn the next step towards the perfect garden is generating a Concept Design to set out all the different elements and structures.
The Concept Designis a 2D scaled drawing of your new garden. It is based upon the brief and includes all the different areas, such as hard and soft landscaping, and planting, plus its other features such as a greenhouse and shed etc. that has been highlighted as a required element.
The last stage is drawing the planting scheme, which is dependant on the structure of the garden.
A Small Town Garden may be best with few architectonical plants to emphasis the space of the garden. A large garden could have meandering pathways with borders of plantings each side. A Contemporary garden may have raised beds with evergreen plntings running in a lovelt straight line from one end to the other.
We only recommend Landscapers that are known to us and have high construction ability. If they are not known to us we will visit them on their latest project to make sure the quality of their work is just that, the best quality.
They must be able to demonstrate that they have the right experience and the right machinery to do the job. They must also be prepared to call upon colleagues in the specialised sectors such as Electricians and Engineers should the project demand it.