Developed in conjunction with Ext-Joom.com

We aim to make the design and build process as simple and as easy as possible for you. Any thoughts or input you wish to give us will be included, and you can be assured that you will be given a professional and friendly service throughout the process.

Everyone has different ideas on how they wish to design a garden, you may decide to include a garden water feature or a piece of sculpture as a focal point. Some styles may appeal to you more than others, and may suit your garden better.   Consider if you would like a contemporary garden design, a tropical garden design or a more traditional cottage style garden. 

For those who wish to know more about how we create a design and implement it, we hope the following guide is of interest to you...

Seven step guide to the creation & build of a garden design.

  • Initial visit

We will meet to discuss your requirements and assess the garden.  A quote will be provided for the garden design at this point.

  • Surveying

A full site survey is taken for the measurements to produce a scaled outline plan.

  • Garden Design

The creation of the complete design, detailing materials and the gardens flow and useage.  The design is then presented to you. Once you approve the design, quotes will be given for both the construction and planting.

  • Planting Scheme

The creation of a planting scheme.  Important aspects of plant design are considered to result in a harmonious garden.

  • Construction

The chosen landscapers construct the garden, and everything is completed in preparation of the final stage of planting.

  • Planting

Creative Gardening sources, supplies and plants the garden according to the planting scheme.

  • Enjoy!

You sit back, relax and enjoy your new garden.

 

Initial consultation is free of charge, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us now. We look forward to hearing from you .

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