Pricing & 1st meeting

Design pricing

Planning your garden is as important as the finishing touches, which is why we sit down to plan your project before we come on site for the installation. A design allows us to accurately calculate and cost the materials that will be going into your garden (both plants and hard-landscaping) and provides our team with an accurate template to work from. Click here to find out more about why we do designs.

Our designs start from: 

* please note that our designs are quoted for based on the size and complexity of the project

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Installation costing

The cost of an installation depends on the requirements you have for your garden. It is based on the size of the area you want landscaped, the initial size of the plants, and additional elements you would like such as edging, paving, building work, irrigation, rainwater harvesting, lighting, planters, ponds or water features. The cost of each of these can also vary based on their material makeup: vegetable planters for example can be custom built with stock bricks, plaster and paint, or made from treated wood or recycled plastic; an irrigation system can vary based on the specific technology employed; and edging costs can vary depending on whether we use dump rock, sleeper wood, or flagstone cobbles cemented into place. Additionally some gardens may need clean-ups, tree felling or debris removal before the ground can be prepared and the garden installed. The most accurate way to cost your garden is for us to undertake a site assessment, discuss your requirements, and complete a design and cost estimate.

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