Are you planning your garden on budget? If it is then plan your garden with 3D garden design tool. With 3D garden design, you can design or plan your landscape and garden on screen, using the plan view just like the professional garden designer.
With the use of 3D garden tools, you can watch how your dream garden design comes to life much before any work is carried out. Whether you are a gardening enthusiast or a landscape gardener, you can find the 3D garden design method to be easy to use and offers all the design techniques that you require to create your dream garden quickly, and easily.
Design the garden design on screen with the use of the garden design method. Most professional garden designers nowadays take on board all the ideas and requests to come up with any contract tailored to all their client needs and preferences. There are a great number of diverse garden design packages available depending on all your situations.
If you’re seeking bespoke garden design to have it built immediately or in future, then consider having a garden design package tailored for your needs. The 3D garden design tools includes proper planning and design for plants, hills, paths, patios, fences, structures, outdoor furniture, borders, driveways etc.
Add lighting and garden furniture and begin to see your dream garden to take shape. You can even monitor the cost of the project as you go along. Right now you can find 3D design packages especially tailored to suit your needs.
A clean uncluttered garden enhances the overall look of your home. With main focus on making the most out of the space available in your home, you can easily find a range of garden design solutions with the help of professional designers. A stylish yet practical garden is a dream of every homeowner and is made possible with Garden design London.
Over the years, several professional garden designers and garden designing companies have come up in London. Offering practical solutions to the different garden designing needs of their clients, garden design London companies specialize in residential and commercial garden design projects based in London. With specialist knowledge and understanding, you can easily design practical gardens tailor made to suit all your individual requirements.
The best thing is that you can find a wide range of affordable and contemporary garden designs to create fun creative gardens of your own choice. From large country gardens to contemporary roof terraces, you can find gardens with fine architectural lines, clean and elegant styling, lush planting and great use of color. All of which are completed with effective and discreet garden lighting as well as bespoke water features too.
A full-service professional garden design London company can make an outer space both functional and beautiful. Starting from roof terrace to small courtyards, full scale landscaping are offered with a range of services that include garden design development, construction management, decoration, colour palette, styling and painting etc.
Keeping in mind the client’s desires, garden design companies work in collaboration with the clients. This is to offer a combination of horticultural expertise and design flair and to ensure garden and landscape design at the highest standard. With personalized and comprehensive garden design service for corporate and private individuals, you can essentially make big makeovers; build decks, patios and all that you want to.
Family garden design Hard
Family garden design is often the hardest to create; the main part of the brief is often to have a large lawn area and hardy, low maintenance plants that can withstand the odd hit from a football! Luckily a huge number of plants can be used in the family garden, as due to our climate a wide variety of plants have toughened up to weather like strong wind and hail.
‘Pockets’ of planting is normally preferable, as full perimeter borders create a lot of maintenance. Illusions of continuing borders are also effective where the border protrudes in to the garden blocking your vision down the side of the garden. It can be more aesthetically pleasing than a large amount of fencing and adds intrigue as you cannot see around the bend.
Curved borders are always a good option as boxed borders in the garden can look strange and very isolated. Designing curves ‘off plan’ look much better; this is where you draw a circle on the design board which continues through the fence line therefore leaving a small curve in the border.
Edging a flowing, curved lawn can be very aesthetically pleasing, and as the lawn is often the largest feature in a garden it is important that it looks ‘finished’ for the family garden design
So should you only get one garden design and is it fair that most garden designers provide one design only?
I don’t know if you are anything like me, but when I go shopping I am unable to tell you exactly what I want until I see it for myself. Once I am presented with it, then I instantly know that I like it and it’s what I’m after.
I have often found this to be true for our clients. If I am lucky, a client will show me an exact replica of what they like and then it’s simply a case of transforming the picture into their garden. However, I am not usually as lucky as this, because a client doesn’t always have a clear view of what they want. If they did, then surely they would get the garden design drawn up themselves.
Instead, I often get a vague idea of what they are after. But in honesty I prefer this, as it gives me a greater creativity allowance. So be careful if your brief is too constraining.
Once I receive my brief, the garden design process starts. Although I don’t consider the design process as starting until the client has seen a few of my ideas. A garden design often evolves upon seeing the design as the client then contributes some real input. This only makes for a better end product, as a garden design that has been imposed upon by the designer, can often leave the client feeling disconnected from the design.
Although I would say it is my job as a garden designer to steer this process, a garden design must meet some of the essential garden design principles.
Small Garden Design Tips
Small garden design,If you have designed your garden in such a way that you have areas of paving or gravel, you may want to liven these up with some well-planted containers. Equally, if your garden is very small, some strategically placed pots full of colourful flowers may be what you need to inject some interest. Arranging the pots in a cluster will provide several different focal points and create an illusion of greater size. This week we will feature DIY small space gardening tips.
DIY Small Space Gardening Tips
Do you have a small backyard and have little space for creative gardening? With a few tips and ideas you will be surprised how you can effectively use the space to create a beautiful and productive garden. There are so many different plants suitable for container gardening. Container plants are planted very close together and therefore will require different treatment compared to traditional borders, this will include:
1. Plenty of water
2. Proprietary compost
3. Regular feeding
It is important to get compost of good quality as container plants are unable to get important nutrients from the soil like those in garden borders. Container plants need more water than those in beds and can sometimes need watering twice a day. They will also need feeding more often, ideally with a sufficient compost which contains nutrients. Your concrete yard or patio is not only limited to plants: vegetables, fruits and herbs can all be grown in small spaces using containers.
Growing healthy plants is the first step to a great garden. In order to achieve this it is important to prevent pests through care, specific plant selection and planting.
A major problem for some gardeners can be garden pests. If you are facing pest infection, this week we will advise you how to reduce the amount of pests that you have in the garden. Three top tips include:
1. Use biological weapons
2. Use a variation of plants
3. Manual work
By adding a predator to the food chain, the number of pests will decrease. Like humans, pests also have food preferences and dislikes. By incorporating different plants the pest will have a limited supply of their favourite food type. Pests can also be removed manually, trapping them and eliminating them from the garden. You may encounter a selection of pests so it is important that you are able to identify the pest to prevent them from damaging your plants. You will have a healthy garden once you know how to get rid of the type of pest that is present.
Some gardeners are happy to use chemical pesticides, whereas others prefer to use more natural methods when they are available. What method you choose is of course a personal preference.
Whether you have a limited garden space or annoying pests, we hope this feature has provided a few ways to overcome or reduce the problem..
More tips from JM Garden Design London soon