We were first approached by our client when our work vehicle was spotted during a visit to our plant wholesaler. The initial enquiry from the client was to use our plant scheme design service for multiple areas of their extensive gardens which surrounded their grade two listed and building of historical interest home. Our initial site visit was used to discuss, understand and walk around the gardens for which we agreed to break down the overall project into multiple phases in list of priority and importance.
After meeting and spending time with the client they chose to use our gold plant scheme design level. At this stage, the clients decision, was for S.B Horticulture to design and provide a new planting scheme for the front garden which would be undertaken by their existing gardener.
A project brief was agreed and several site meetings followed. This consisted of having a planting scheme that reflected the period of the house, would be viewed from multiple angles and made use of and included those plants we deemed would suit the new scheme. The client was keen on having a "cottage style" planting scheme which would appear randomly planted and intermingled using pastel colour tones.
A timescale to deliver the project was agreed along with a budget to ensure the first phase met and for filled the brief. During the final stages of planning we were approached by the client and asked to manage and oversee the whole project from start to finish which would now include site preparation and planting whilst ensuring we met a deadline for a prearranged family function . We gladly undertook their new instruction and delivered the final project on time and under budget.
- Services:Plant Scheme Design,
- ShadeGeranium macrorrhizum, Pachysandra terminalis, Polygonatum hybridum, Astrantia Pink, Ajuga Black Scallop, Digitalis purpurea, Pulmonaria majeste
- SunLavendula Hidcote, Salvia mainacht, Geranium Anne Folkard, Vinca minor, Echinacea purpurea, Dianthus Doris, Verbena bonariensis, Penstemon Pink
- Location: Mill House
- Date: August 2018