A garden should fit into the surrounding area seamlessly. By choosing materials and plants that are either found on site or that are adapted to the specific microclimate of each garden, it is possible to create a result that will be self-sustaining in the long term. Watering will be minimal, intensity of maintenance will be according to the end result the client wishes to achieve, but should consist of a creative pruning twice a year once plants are fully established and cover the ground.
We look at how hard materials, vegetation and water interact within a landscape to try and create a garden that is as harmonious as possible. Considering the elements present in the garden and the natural area. Often this will include a high diversity of plant life with a few dominant species to give year-round form and interest.