Real World Gardener Concept Plans in Design Elements

April 22nd, 2015

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The complete CRN edition of RWG is available on http://www.cpod.org.au/ , just click on 2RRR to find this week’s edition. The new theme is sung by Harry Hughes from his album Songs of the Garden. You can hear samples of the album from the website www.songsofthegarden.com

 

DESIGN ELEMENTS

with Glenice Buck from www.glenicbuckdesigns.com.au

Whether it’s a new garden or existing one, great gardens start with great design.

Having a professional garden design ensures continuity and cohesiveness throughout a property.

Home owners who want to redesign their gardens, can save both time and money by calling in a garden designer, who will plan the space according to your requirements and the limitations of the site.

Aspects such as climate, maintenance requirements, and full-growth sizing are all things that experienced landscaping designers take into consideration.

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Without asking anymore questions

proxy?url=http%3A%2F%2F1.bp.blogspot.comConcept plans include overall plans of the garden, images of key design elements and notes on plants and materials. It provides clients with a visual image of the new garden.

 

This plan demonstrates the layout of the garden in broader brushstrokes.

It shows the general layout of the hard landscaping and the garden beds and explores opportunities for resolving the design. 

The concept plan also offers additional notes and images to help you, the gardener or client to visualise the garden design concept.

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