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Before work can
begin on a design it is necessary to carry out a
site survey. This includes plotting the orientation of the garden,
measuring the existing boundaries, taking levels (if necessary) and
reviewing the existing trees and plants as well as any other relevant
features. This is an important stage to the design process as it
enables the designer to examine the garden in detail. It is also
essential to have an accurate base plan from which to work from to avoid
problems when it comes to the build.
Detailed planting is not specified
on the masterplan as this is shown on a planting plan.
Once the design is agreed you have options as to how you proceed with the work. You may choose to carry out the job yourself or employ your own landscaper.
The Gardensmith is associated
with a reputable professional landscaper and can give the client a competitive
quote to carry out the work.
The Gardensmith offers a supply
service of quality plants. If you are struggling to find a
certain plant then we can find it for you. From large specimen
trees to hedging whips and herbaceous perennials to quality shrubs.
Because of our contacts with overseas growers the plants supplied
are always top quality and normally more competitively priced than
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Last updated March 2009