garden design "old school"
I have had over 20 years of garden design practice, and anyone that is considering changing their garden or redesigning it, should consider commissioning a qualified designer. All aspects of the garden and surrounding buildings should be considered when designing a garden project, even ground drainage. we can discuss what you require out of your garden, weather it be a garden for senses, a wildlife garden, coastal garden, a family garden or even a garden adapted for disabled. we can change the bones of the garden(hard landscaping), or use what is already there to achieve the required effect, We will then look at the preferred colours you like, or would like in your garden, and try to encompass as much as possible into the design. Before contacting us, think about features you would like, i,e water, rockery, arbour, path, and fencing. Also, have you a theme in mind, Japanese, Chinese, Alpine or cottage style. Most importantly, do you want a low maintenance garden or something you want to get stuck into, or employ a maintenance team on a regular basis.
I must point out that I am old school, my drawings are pencil and draft paper, normally at a scale of 1-50. Landscape builders are happier to work with plans like that, rather than the CAD system, and it keeps the cost down, So our design fees start at £650