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 architectural plants to emphasis the space of the garden. A large garden could have meandering pathways with borders of plantings each side.
Different types of plants each require varying degrees of soil acidity. Many plants are very sensitive to the soil’s pH, (potential Hydrogen ions). Rhododendrons and heathers won't tolerate lime in the soil where as Clematis prefers an alkaline soil.
We base the planting plan to include your personal desires such as colour and variety, and a planting scheme that provides interest all year round. We also provide each plant’s detail with its mature height and spread.