Designing a garden requires special skill sets, which your local landscape gardener would be happy to provide, and by tailoring the design to suit the client’s needs, a stunning garden is first created on a floor plan. Much like the blueprints of a building, a garden design is best put on a drawing, which not only helps the landscaper with the work, it also gives the client a clear picture of how the finished garden will look.
Creating Levels and Contours
The first stage in a garden design is to decide the levels and general contour of the landscape, and by using reviewed landscapers in Leeds who have transformed many gardens for their clients, you can be sure that the design will be exactly what you had in mind.
Once the levels have been agreed upon, your next decision will involve the type of features the garden will have, which might include any of the following:
- Split Level Terrace
- Pond and waterfall
- Covered Pathways
- Water Fountain
The landscape contractor would try to make the best use of what materials you already have, which does help to keep costs down, and any other required materials would be imported into the project.
This is the key to any successful garden transformation, and the first thing to create would be the patio. Block paving is the best material for a garden terrace and the ground would be dug out and prepared, with some hard core laid to provide a solid foundation, then a deep layer of sand and cement would provide the bed onto which the blocks are laid.
If you would like to explore the potential that a landscaped garden offers, talk to your local landscaping contractor who can make a few suggestions.