Garden Planting design in London and Surrey
Garden Club London offer a range of garden services but our specialism and real passion is plants. Our distinctive style of garden design embraces plants to create impact and atmosphere rather than simply paving and using masses of hard landscaping in the garden.
We can design a planting scheme for any garden from roof gardens to existing gardens that simply need a boost. Particularly in London gardens the circumstances of the light levels change and a regular situation is that when a garden is planted, light levels are good but because of mature tree growth and rapid development of new buildings, extensions and loft conversions, light levels become depleted. This can make shrubs become spindly and bare at the base as they reach for the light. Herbaceous perennials will become very leafy and produce few flowers or if they are slightly tender then they may disappear altogether.
Our most sought after planting design schemes are for dry shade although we have recently taken great satisfaction from producing a large prairie style scheme in full sun for a large family garden in Surrey.
Our planting schemes are the result of years of experience from nursery production experience to landscape design. Particularly in London small garden design the plant selection is vital to ensure that maximum impact is achieved whilst ensuring that the planting is low maintenance, achieves year round interest and will not take up more space than necessary.
If you are struggling for ideas to fill gaps in existing borders, need planting for pots or containers or looking for a whole new planting scheme then give Garden Club London a call and arrange a consultation. We are soft landscaping specialists that can undertake simple seasonal planting of colourful bedding plants for window boxes, wind tolerant planting for roof gardens or larger commercial planting schemes for new developments.
Garden Club London also offer tree planting services including mature tree sourcing and planting for Local authorities, developers and residents groups. These are tailored to suit the location and climate and can include follow up care from 6 months to 5 years including watering and feeding.