A balanced garden design incorporates consideration of many elements, including hard landscaping, planting, water, pots and lighting, while also creating a complementary relationship with buildings and other natural or man-made fixtures.

There are many benefits to employing a qualified and experienced garden designer. These include:

  • You will save money and time, as a garden designer is trained to translate your ideas into a functional, yet dynamic and exciting outside space. Good garden design looks at the interaction between your house and garden and takes into account factors such as spatial relationships, form, colour, texture and dimension, both vertical and horizontal.
  • Your investment in the garden is a long-term one, which will complement your house and increase the overall value of your property
  • A professional garden designer has extensive knowledge of both hard landscaping materials and horticulture. Plants and materials will be selected that not only reflect your style and taste, but also suit the site, in terms of function, soil requirements, climate and aspect.