Here is a simple list of plants that you could consider for your garden to help keep year-round interest. Speak to a garden designer of landscape gardener about helping perk up your Glasgow garden over the winter. There’s no need to have to abandon your garden to the elements and ignore it till the spring, there are heaps of plants out there that look great with a coating of frost on or being blown about by winter wind. A garden designer can help with a planting plan to select these plants, and you will always find it easier to find a landscape gardener over the winter months. Tom is able to provide plants and planting as part of his garden design and landscape gardening service in Glasgow.
Garden designers and landscape gardeners can help you make sure that winter is one of the most magical times in your Glasgow garden. It is all too easy to forget about the garden over the winter, abandoning it to the elements, but with some carefully chosen plants you can be looking out on your very own winter wonderland. Knowledgeable garden designers and landscape gardeners will be able to help you choose the right plants, be they plants specific to the Glasgow area or elsewhere.
One of the trickiest decisions to make when you move house and inherit a garden, be it a new build or established one, is what to do with it. It is often pushed to the bottom of the list, but it is worth bearing a few things in mind – the garden is usually the first and last thing you see every day, even if only briefly, and each day it has the capacity to lift your spirits….or the opposite! It also makes economic sense to get a nice garden design done and to have a good landscape gardener build it – a quality and well-maintained outdoor space can add a massive 20% to the value of your property.
Landscape gardeners and garden designers in Glasgow have been lucky enough to remain busy over this winter, with interest in landscape gardening projects remaining high throughout. Often landscape gardeners and garden designers take a chunk of time off in January, but not this year!
For those of you looking for landscape gardeners or garden designers in Glasgow, here are a few pointers for you. Landscape gardeners cover everything from hard landscapers who concentrate on the slabs and decking, through to the more elusive soft landscape specialists - such as Angel Horticulture Ltd - who focus on the plants, turf, and living parts of your garden. Garden designers usually either work as part of a landscaping business, or as stand-alone garden design studios.
When garden designers are creating planting plans, one of the key plant characteristics that we look at is their height. This isn't just the obvious point about not planting a majestic oak under the eaves of your house, nor is it about creating a neat appearance. Using plant heights strategically affects how the plants live with each other, and how you as the garden user are able to interact with the planted spaces in your garden.