Wildside Landscape Design would like you to have a successful garden.
You need to think about what you want and need for you and your family.
Think about how you use your garden and how you envision using it. Do you need a safe place for children to play, a dining area for 2 or 20, a spot to read, relax, or soak up the sun? How about a place to stow the lawnmower and the garbage bins? And have you thought about your constraints? Do you have excessive sun or lots of shade? How about a dog that digs (or lifts his leg)?
Another thing to remember is, that like your home, your garden will need constant maintenance… leaves fall, weeds grow, perennials need trimmed, shrubs need shaping, roses need dead-heading, and lawns need mowing.
In a good design form follows function. That means, first we must take into account your needs and constraints, then we can tie them all together and make a garden that both looks great and works for you!
Just remember as you ogle over those garden books, a successful garden begins with a plan designed around your individual needs as well as your individual taste, and a design doesn’t come with a full time gardener….
This questionnaire will help you focus on your needs and your desires as well as the practical sense of keeping your garden from getting out of hand. It will also enable me to design a garden that is right for you.
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Julie Tennock Owner / Landscape Designer