Consultation & Design Process
We begin the process by building a solid rapport with our clients. We offer a free initial consultation to go through our clients’ demands, after which we present a thorough master plan with plant and material alternatives as well as lighting.
As we value your time, the installation phase is organised and effective. We provide warranties for our work and regularly check the area to verify its excellence.
Our spaces are expertly designed and long-lasting. In order to create contemporary designs that assist frame our naturally inspired gardens, we only utilise the highest quality wood, stone, and steel. We offer hardscaping, lighting, and bespoke woodwork for fences, containers, and outdoor furniture, among other things.
We take great interest in our plantings because we have horticultural and design backgrounds. Natural, lovely, symmetrical, and unusual. We want to bring a sense of nature into cities that people may enjoy throughout the year. All of our plants are purchased from the best growers, and native species are planted whenever possible.
Maintenance Of Gardens
With the right plant selection and the implementation of poor water drip irrigation systems, our gardens are created to be self-maintained. We’ll check in on the site again to make sure it’s still active in its early stages. We provide tree trimming and plant removal services, and we are available for seasonal maintenance contracts.
Tips For Designing A Landscape
Know Your Backyard
When designing your landscape, take into account the soil type, site topography, and regional climate. It is a good idea to use the USDA Plant Resilience Zone Map as a starting point.
Remember that depending on the amount and duration of sun and shade exposure the area receives, the particulars of your yard are likely to create a microclimate.
When choosing plants for your landscape, keep in mind that microclimates are typically divided into one of four categories: full sun, partial shade, shade, or deep shade.
Consider the terrain of your property as you plan; pay attention to how water drains through your landscape. The most effective landscaping will encourage water to flow away from your home and into other parts of your yard.
Who Is Going To Use Your Yard?
Consider who will be using your yard and their intended uses. Will kids be playing in your yard? Keep in mind that you can utilise hardships and strategic plantings to divide your landscape into separate areas for different purposes. People can be moved from one location to another via walkways.
Since you’ll be utilising and caring for your yard (or hiring someone to), think about your upkeep preferences and spending limit. Try to be as practical as you can. What amount of time will you actually have to invest in your landscape? Alternatively, if you won’t have the time, do you have the funds to hire someone else to work the hours necessary? How much money will you need to spend on your landscaping? The prosperity of your landscapes for many years to come will be increased if you can figure out the answers to these questions.
Your choice of plants and building materials might be helped by a theme that unifies your landscape. Themes can be as basic as employing recurring patterns in your yard’s shapes or forms, or they can be as sophisticated as designing a tranquilly landscape or an asian garden.
Looking at your home’s architecture is an excellent place to start when choosing a theme for your yard. Since your yard is an extension of your house, try to match the lines and aesthetic of your home’s architecture in it.