The key requirement of this project brief was the warm coloured materials. The client wanted a combination of brighter colours with a contrasting charcoal edge. The monoblocked driveway was laid in a square herringbone pattern using Bracken and Charcoal blocks. This was complimented with Raveena sandstone for the step and ramp, with sandstone block walling. This continue round the side of the house to the back using the same materials to make the scheme flow.
If you're planning a garden makeover, a new border or working with a garden designer, you may have come across planting plans and wondered if they are worth investing your time or money into.
If you're creating your own one, you'll need to survey your garden, draw up a plan, and research potential plants.
Planting plans, or planting schemes, are used to determine which plants should go where in a garden. These can be simple and practical, to elaborate and decorative. There are many benefits of using one:
These are just a few reasons to use a planting plan when designing your garden. We offer planting plans as part of our garden design services if it's something you need help with.
From garden projects to inspiration and tips, this is where you can take a peek behind the scenes at Noble Landscapes.