The process of organising, designing, and creating outdoor spaces with a focus on a garden’s practical and aesthetic elements is known as landscape design, often known as garden design.
To create a visually stunning and enjoyable outdoor space, it involves choosing a garden’s layout, materials, plants, and features.
Many elements are incorporated into garden design, such as:
Organisation and Design
Deciding on the garden’s general plan, which includes the walks, seating areas, water features, and focal points. This includes things like balance, circulation, and the use of space.
Choosing a plant
Selecting the ideal plants based on the intended visual impact, sun exposure, soil conditions, and climate. Selecting plants can be done on the basis of their sizes, colours, textures, and seasonal attractiveness.
Hardscape elements are non-living components that enhance the functionality and aesthetics of a garden, including walls, fences, patios, porches, pergolas, and other structures.
Ponds, waterfalls, fountains, and streams are examples of water features that can give a dynamic and calming touch to a landscape. Water features can draw in wildlife and create a tranquil atmosphere.
Incorporate lighting fixtures that are arranged in strategic ways to create different ambiances or to light up the garden at night. Lighting can be utilised to highlight important features, improve security, and make the garden more usable after hours.
Putting eco-friendly design principles into practice
This covers the utilisation of efficient irrigation systems, rainwater collection, composting, and any other accessible recycling opportunities.
Sturdiness and continuous upkeep taking into account the long-term upkeep needs of the garden, including regular care, fertilisation, weeding, and trimming. It is possible to design low-maintenance landscapes that will age well in terms of aesthetic appeal.
Our General Design Practices
The design of a garden might change based on its style, purpose, and location. Styles range from formal, which features symmetrical layouts and regulated flora, to naturalistic or informal, which imitates natural patterns.
The design concept is influenced by the garden’s size, budgetary constraints, and individual preferences.
Planning, Design, and Surveying
We will measure your garden precisely and estimate the amount of ground that is available.
Next, we draft our first, rough ideas that show the overall garden layout, including patios, planting areas, and lawns.
Implement our strategy
Now that the design has been put into action by our landscaping experts, you can relax and watch as your garden is completely changed.
We make a concerted effort to be as discrete as possible, and our staff consistently shows up with the tools and persons needed, so there is never any waiting.
Schedule and schedule for planting
The Planting Scheme shows where each new plant should go and how far apart they should be from one another in your garden. The names, amounts, and container sizes of every new plant that will be purchased are listed in the Schedule.
We don’t want to abandon you to take care of your garden on your own. Building relationships with our clients is important to us, and we constantly monitor their response after our job is over.
After we’ve signed off, we encourage our clients to stay in contact and let us know how their new garden is doing. We also provide maintenance services to ensure your new space looks its best if you don’t have the time to take care of your own garden.
Where we offer our Garden Design
We offer our Garden design throughout Warwickshire and Solihull. However we also cover Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and the Cotswolds.
But its Warwickshire and Solihull that we are mostly employed because of where we are based.
Our Garden Design Warwickshire is highly rated. You only have to read our reviews online to see we are one of the most popular Garden Design Warwickshire companies. Covering Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford Upon Avon we have grown our reputation for expert garden design and landscaping services.
The postcodes of Warwickshire that we cover are CV1 to CV13, CV21, CV22, CV23, CV31, CV32, CV33, CV34 and CV35.
Why you should choose our Garden Design
Our team are both highly creative and reliable. We know the area and undertake all the last garden design trends. We have worked on small garden designs to large garden designs taking blank garden areas to creating outdoor areas that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
We find many new clients are in new homes where the garden is often smaller than the average garden. This is where good garden design can be very important and sometimes make the garden seem larger than it is.
In recent years there have been may new housing estates built in the Warwickshire area and although the houses are very nice the gardens can be small and bland. Our expert garden design team is ideal for this type of client.
More individuals seem to be requesting low-maintenance garden design ideas. A low-maintenance landscape can still have its unique character.
In fact, with so many different materials to choose from, you may design a landscape that exudes personality. We can design and plant a garden that is easy to manage and has its own unique character, using materials like slate pavers and railway sleepers.
The selection and design are fully up to you. If you’re not sure, we may design your garden ourselves and provide you with ideas right away to aid in the process.
With a deposit starting from just £280 for our award winning Garden design, if you are thinking that your garden is need of a makeover then please call us.