The design process

Depending on your unique requirements, some or all of the following services may be required

Garden Path

Initial Consultation

The first step in creating your garden is the initial consultation. We will meet you on site to collect information, including your specific requirements for the space. Along with a survey of the site, this information will be used to develop the client brief, which will be the basis for your final design. There is a charge for the consultation.

Country estate garden design

Concept design

Once the client brief and quote have been confirmed a concept design will be developed. Depending on your site, this could include a conceptual 2D plan of your garden, 3D visuals of what the space will look like and sectional elevations, which assist in showing changes in levels

1.5 acre garden design - sectional eleva

Design detailing

Once the concept design has been presented, we will begin to develop design details, which will facilitate the construction of your garden. Technical drawings may include a master plan, setting out drawings, cross sections, design  details, drainage plans, lighting plans and planting plans

Our finished #path all bedded in by #bac

Project management

To ensure the entire build is completed to a high standard Hannah Louise Landscapes can coordinate the entire construction process through: organising quotes from all contractors; all liaison with contractors during the build; administration of planning and approvals; sourcing of all materials and site visits to review work.

The lovely and very useful #sedum autumn

Plant sourcing

To ensure that all planting is to an exceptional standard, we can organise the sourcing and delivery of all plants. Plants are mainly sourced straight from growers in the ACT, NSW & Victoria and only the highest quality plants will be used in your garden. 

The spikey lime green foliage of the #lo

Maintenance plan

If required, a detailed plan outlining the maintenance needed for each species of plant is produced, to ensure quality and longevity of your garden. This could include details such as water requirements, pruning, mulching, fertilising and thinning as required. Referrals to garden maintenance companies can also be arranged if required.