garden design ideas
With careful planning and thoughtful design, a diminutive or medium sized plot
can achieve a multitude of functions and feel like an exciting, versatile space.
It all starts with an on-site meeting and this can lead to the creation of a garden design plan that shows what your garden could become.
A garden design plan might not be as expensive as you think.
The above photos show 'before' and 'after' the implementation of design, taken prior to planting.
It helps to 'make sense' of the space and give it meaning. There is a flow and a circulation route that encourages you to explore. You can no longer see everything at a glance.
What does garden design mean?
It's not just about planting - that's one of the final stages of garden design. It's more about shaping and styling the space, including hard landscaping features such as
retaining walls, pathways and patios.
Create a list of the things you would like to change in your garden
and contact Caroline Knight, BA (Hons) Garden Design, at gardendesignideas.co.uk.
Providing you with inspiration to take you through the garden gate of your dreams.