Garden Design

So, you're interested in having your garden re-designed? What happens next...?

Well, it's very informal and the process is designed to find out what you want from a garden, how much your budget is and what your lifestyle is like.


Step One - The Garden Visit

Garden before re-design

Before re-design

Janice will visit your garden and discuss with you what you would like, such the style of garden, the level of maintenance, and who will be using it.

We'll also discuss what your budget is and how involved you want to be in creating the garden.

Janice will offer suggestions for the design, then

take measurements of your garden.


Afterwards she will draw a plan which shows what your garden could be like. It will include suggestions for types of plants and hard landscaping options.


After re-design

You could be thinking about a whole garden makeover, or just the re-design of a border.

It could be a private garden, business premises, or a community garden.

Please get in touch to discuss the first step towards your new garden.


Before design

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After design & creation

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Step 2 - Project Management

Your design can be tweaked to get it just right.

Then it can be handed over to you to do the hard landscaping or even finish the whole project.


Or we can continue and do that for you.

Garden project management

Step 3 - Planting Service    Or

Planting Plans

 Janice can source the plants and plant the borders for you. If you want to help and join in, then that would be great, but you don't have to.


Planting plans can be added to any design, or you could have a plan drawn up for an existing border in your garden. This provides detail about spacing and positioning of plants and the quantity needed for a border.

This can also include suggested plants for different parts of the garden – for example, a list of evergreen shrubs, or perennials suitable for your garden.

Luscious Palm Leaves

Step 4 - Enjoy!

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Small garden
Azalea with Lithodora