Planting schemes and planting plans are required for new planting in new or existing areas. A consultation visit, briefing, site and soil analysis are required. Susan has an extensive knowledge of plants and which grow well in different soils, positions and conditions.
‘I must admit I’m already looking forward to 2014 ~ bring it on. Thank you Susan your inspiring me. That hasn’t happened for some time. I’m like a kid with a new toy’JB January 2014.
Planting schemes give a general idea of the types of plants which are suggested for a new area, typically as part of a garden or landscape design. The scheme is then discussed and a list of plants is prepared. Susan will then source, order and supply the plants to site, set them out and plant them all.
If you are going to source and put the plants in yourself, you will need a planting plan with the correct positions for each plant and a plant list giving the number of plants you need to buy.
Susan can alternatively give advice, remove undesired plants, replant or interplant borders or beds with your choice of plants, plant new trees or put in summer bedding. Sometimes it is possible to successfully transplant a treasured specimen shrub.
Susan can put together a plant maintenance schedule for an inexperienced gardener who would be looking after the plants throughout the year, along with seasonal tuition, if required.
This service can also be arranged for existing planting.