Designing sustainable gardens
Good design should be accessible to everyone
Your garden is not just an extension of your house – I want to make it a part of your home. Your garden design will be tailor-made to your needs and budget.
I can create family and pet-friendly designs, sensory or low-maintenance gardens for those with special needs, and I specialise in making gardens that not only work for you, but also encourage wildlife into your garden.
Take a look at my client portfolio to see how I have helped past clients achieve their dream garden.
What People Say
“I think you’ve absolutely nailed it. You’ve thoroughly got the spirit of what we like, and your suggestions are opening up my imagination”
“This garden is going to be lovely, and Gareth and I appreciate all of your efforts to make it inclusive”
“Thank you so much for this. There are some superb ideas here and you’ve suggested things that we had never thought of”
John and Katy, Cheltenham
The design includes a ‘bird’s-eye view’ plan and a perspective drawing of your garden so you can visualise the design. Your garden design will inspire and excite you about the possibilities your garden has. I design in 3d, so I can produce fly-throughs of your new garden
GARDEN SURVEY & SOIL ASSESSMENT
Your individual design includes a site assessment and survey carried out on site with precision equipment. Landscape elements such as soil type, aspect, and rainfall analysed and allowed for in the design.
Your planting plan will include not just what plants to buy, but precisely where to place them in your borders. Each individually tailored planting plan takes account of soil type, sun and shade cover, colour combinations and year-round interest.
When it comes to building your garden, a Landscaper’s Pack is vital to get accurate quotes. This includes scale plans, lists of materials to be used, and copies of construction drawings.
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