The process starts with a conversation with Stuart to talk about your site and what you want from your garden. After this initial discussion a face to face meeting is held, a site analysis and site survey completed, in order to prepare a design brief. Once the brief is agreed, the process of creating your garden can begin.
The following are examples of the types of gardens we work on. We would be happy to talk to you about your own individual requirements:
Roof terraces – Container gardens – Water gardens – Historical gardens – Country estates – Wildflower meadows – Formal gardens – Orchards and more
As well as plant selection, we can include a broad range of garden elements and components or we can incorporate existing pieces into a design:
Seating – Outdoor furniture – Structures & outdoor rooms – Paving and timber decking – Walls and shade – Irrigation – Water features- Ponds and pools – Lighting, heating and cooking – Hedges – Topiary – Sculpture
We can prepare master plans, planting plans and construction drawings along with 3D images to show what the completed garden will look like. In addition to full garden designs, we are also able to develop supporting designs for established gardens including part garden designs, irrigation designs and lighting designs.