Planning your Hull garden design project.
Whether you are planning a whole garden transformation or simply looking for ways to rejuvenate your beds and borders, asking the following questions can help deliver a more successful Hull garden design project.
What do I need to think about before talking to a garden designer about my Hull garden for the first time?
Asking yourself how you will use your garden, and considering the materials and plants you would like to see in it, can help ensure the finished result has the right look, feel and function for you.
In particular, consider these points:
Do I need to provide images of plants/features/gardens I like?
You do not have to provide us with anything, but the more information you can give us the better our understanding of the results you would like to achieve.
If you have collected any magazine clippings or internet images of gardens you like they will certainly help.
Why do you need to know my budget?
All our Hull garden design projects are informed by a number of factors. Your plans and your garden’s potential are two; your budget is another.
When we know your budget we can design to it, ensuring you get the most for your money. Our ‘design in a day service’ maximises smaller budgets by, for example, focusing on planting over building.
For larger budgets, a full garden design creates a blueprint that enables your garden transformation to develop in the most sensible, cost effective way. For more, please see our garden design services in Hull.
How will the project progress?
Every Hull garden design project begins with an initial consultation. We will then carry out a site survey, produce initial concept designs and provide cost estimates.
You can find a typical project progression here.
How long will my Hull garden design take?
Once we know the scale and scope of your project we will give an indication of timescales involved in completing it. As you will see from the above project progression, there are many elements to every project. It takes time to create a considered design and building progress can be affected by adverse weather.
I have very little time to maintain my garden. Is that a problem?
Not at all. Low maintenance garden designs are among our most frequently requested projects. However much time you have to tend to your garden, we can create a garden tailored to it.
How will I look after my finished garden?
We can provide a full maintenance schedule for all your plants so you can keep your garden looking its best whatever your gardening experience.
Talk about your project with Matt Haddon, garden designer for Hull, on 07595 421910, or make an enquiry using the form above.
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