If the features of your garden provide the framework, then the plants are the clothing. Close consultation between you, our designer and horticulturist ensures that we develop a scheme which fully meets your maintenance requirements and blends seamlessly with your preferred style of garden.
A circular lawn, partially surrounded by a ring of pleached trees
Lawn and planting in a contemporary country garden
Tall, wispy planting provides movement and interest in light breezes
Traditional planting provides a beautiful backdrop to this listed building
Colour compliments the stone an brickwork of this new cottage garden terrace
This acer was planted as a mature specimen, less than a year before the photograph was taken
Colourful planting compliments this mixture of stone and brick walling
Lillies enhance any pond
Traditional planting enhances this listed property
All the elements of successful design are considered.
Size and proportion – ensuring that the scale of the planting is consistent with the design
Seasonality and succession – the selection of plants to provide constant interest throughout the year The use of colour – enabling the colours in the planting to enhance the ambience and affect proportion and perspective within the garden.
Soil conditions – planting to make the most of the inherent soil conditions.
All planting is carried out in accordance with the plants’ needs. The correct planting medium, fertiliser and staking method (if necessary) are used for every plant, from alpine to specimen tree. Our aim is to ensure that the plants will flourish in their new habitat, and that care and maintenance is kept to the minimum in the first year as they establish.