garden designerGarden Designer

Few people think about the difference a garden designer can make to how you use your outdoor space. Most gardens have evolved over time. We pick up the odd plant we love. Find a sale bargain shrub and maybe sneak in the odd ornament.


Moved in to a new house? Growing family? Or a special event on the horizon?

If it feels like the time for a complete garden makeover you may be tempted to just instruct a landscape gardener to realise your ideas. In our experience using a garden designer can open up opportunities in your property that you didn’t even think were possible. Instructing a qualified and experienced garden designer can create for you, an outdoor space that becomes an extra room. An outdoor living space the family can enjoy together.

The key to a great garden makeover is great garden design. We can offer advice and experience in designing a garden makeover that meets your needs whilst making the most of your garden space. We can go beyond a simple garden clearance and re-design your garden space into something you use and love for years to come.

The garden design process

  • In your initial meeting we will discuss how you want your garden to work for you. The key to successful garden design is understanding how YOU use your outdoor space. If you are looking for a low maintenance garden, kitchen garden or playground, we can help you make the most of your space and budget.

  • It’s then our job to survey your garden site and assess what technical and planning restraints may affect your garden design.

  • We will present you with a garden design that clearly outlines the timescales, costs and features of your potential garden.

  • Once the design is finalised our team of gardeners will turn the design in to reality and you can start enjoying your new outdoor space!

We have undertaken many garden designs and makeovers across Cheshire. Manchester. Preston. Blackburn. Burnley. Barrowford. Skipton. Clitheroe. Ribble Valley. Colne and beyond with many happy customers across Lancashire and Yorkshire.

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