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A Fine Example Of A Bespoke Planting Plan

We're often asked to create bespoke planting plans for landscapers who are under pressure to finish the hard landscaping and just don't have time to think about which plants should go where.  Naturally you want the finished garden to exceed on the 'wow' factor, but finding time to create a shopping list for plants may not be at the top of your list of priorities.  When the time comes for planting, it's all too often a mad scramble to the nursery to pick up what looks good on the day.  However, that might not be the best idea from a sustainability point of view (right plant, right place and all that) and it may also be missing that certain "je ne sais quoi" that screams "designer garden"

Our planting plan service can save you hours of headscratching as well as avoiding the risk of making expensive mistakes with plant choices. You send us site details  (your garden layout plan would be perfect for this) and tell us a little about your clients' taste.  Do they have a colour preference? Are they expecting a minimalist garden, a cottage garden, an exotic garden? How much maintenance are they willing to do going forward?

We'll send you a planting plan, complete with your logo and a full bill of quantities.  To save yourself even more time, you could upload it to the My Bill Of Quantities tool on www.arbourlandscapesolutions.co.uk to get prices and arrange a delivery to site.

Follow this link to see a planting plan we worked on last year on behalf of GreenSpace Landscapes in sunny Scotland.

 

https://mygardendesign.co.uk/trade/examples-of-our-work/newbuild-planting-plan

 

 

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    Apologies - I should have mentioned that we don't yet have any images of the newly planted garden mentioned in the blogpost.  The picture is of a planting scheme in Essex designed by one of our team.

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