Gardens and landscapes design will first of all require your choice from our list of raised bed, stone flower bed, containers or edginings and borders, then we shall design your garden so you enjoy the plants at the time you want to see them bloom, remember flower beds are an ideal way to separate perennials from annual and bi annuals.
Please view the seasons and a selection of flowers that can be viewed:
Spring Bloom: Dahlia, Elephant Ear and Gladiolus Bulbs, Begonia, Crocosmia, Caladium, Calla Lily
Summer Bloom: Iris, Asters, Carnation, Gladiolus, Cockscomb Freesia, Ginger, Amaranthus, Heather, Hydrangea, Chrysanthemum, Lisianthus
Autumn Bloom: Coreopsis, Aconitum, Chrysanthemum, Boltonia, Geranium, Achillea
Flower Garden Design Shape
We will design your flower garden to your choice of shape but would recommend you consider the most popular one which is a rectangular flower garden design, its a traditional shape and is the most popular with the majority of people, we also recommend the circular shaped flower garden as it will add interest to a rectangular lawn, if you plant flowers diagonal to your property with a rectangular lawn it will make the lawn area look much bigger than it actually is. Other flower garden designs to consider are:
- Rose Flower Garden Designs
- Cottage Flower Garden Designs
- Shade Flower Garden Designs
- Wildflower Flower Garden Designs
- Butterfly Flower Garden Designs
If we can offer our services to you and you are interested in having a no obligation quote then I (Gareth Wilson) will call around in person at the time to suit you (North West Area Only) (this includes evenings and weekends), just contact me today by email: email@example.com or Tel: 01457 868 933 Mobile: 07753 283 878 for anyone out side of the North West we can arrange an alternative arrangement, please call.
"We can't recommend Gareth highly enough, He was totally reliable and professional and his team of workers were the same. The end result was really pleasing and exactly what we asked for at a price significantly lower than we expected."
Des and Pam Hope (Marple