STUCK FOR PLANTING DESIGN IDEAS FOR YOUR NZ GARDEN?
When it comes to 'bang for buck' nothing transforms your garden quite as cost-effectively as planting, but plants are tricky and it's an area where people often get stuck.
Planting design is a specialist area of garden design. Fortunately our DIYdesigners are planting experts who can create a gorgeous planting design suitable for your NZ garden. Interesting and unusual plant combinations, NZ Native planting themes, lush subtropical gardens or a flower filled paradise. Whatever style of garden or landscape you desire, we can create a professional planting design for you or your garden contractor to work from.
POPULAR PLANTING DESIGN SERVICES
From simply suggesting a plant palette, through to the preparation of full planting concepts & planting plans or plans for resource consent, we can help you get this tricky but crucial aspect of your garden project right.
- Planting Plans
- Planting Concepts
- Planting Plan for Resource Consent
PERSONALISED PLANT PALETTES FOR YOUR NZ GARDEN
Our garden designs feature individualised plant palettes which show a selection of suggested plants. and planting combinations suitable for New Zealand gardens. They provide you with visual inspiration and enable you to do additional research about plants for your garden before you commit to the actual planting.
DETAILED PLANT SCHEDULES
A planting design, such as a planting concept or planting plan, contains a plant schedule that provides helpful information for planting or purchasing your plants.
- Botanical names of the plants
- Common names of the plants
- Suggested quantities to purchase
- Recommended purchase sizes (very helpful if you are buying on-line)
- Recommended plant spaces for when planting
FULL PLANTING PLANS & CONCEPTS
These are as individual as you and your New Zealand garden We tailor the planting to your site, needs and skill level, and will provide the answers to those puzzling questions....
- What plants should I use and where should they go?
- How many plants do I need and how far apart should I space them?
- What plants work in my soil type or garden situation?
- What existing plants should I keep and what should I remove?
- How do I make my garden low maintenance
Just choose the type of plan best suited to the level of information either yourself or your contractor need to get your planting project off paper and into the ground!