A new garden in 2022?

Another new year is upon us, the days are already getting that little bit longer, and beautiful Spring days are on the horizon. Hooray! It’s a time when I our thoughts turn to the months ahead and new beginnings. And if part of your plans for the year include a garden revamp or a total garden overhaul, then what are you waiting for!? I’d be delighted to work with you to design the garden of your dreams.

Garden redesign, Wilmslow, July 2021. ©Nadine Mansfield Garden Design Ltd

When is a good time to plan my garden?

Garden Design planning can commence at any time of year. I work with clients across all months of the year. It’s the physical implementation and delivery timescales which can vary depending on the size of the project. Landscapers are often booked months in advance, so if you require a new garden for 2022, it’s best to get the Garden Design process started now to secure your project delivery this calendar year.

Book a Garden Design Consultation with me and at that appointment, I will discuss your brief in more detail, assess the basics of your garden e.g size, existing landscape, and also your budget. We can also chat through the design process and timescales for implementation of the project.

I will work with you to ensure that your garden is designed to reflect you, your needs, your lifestyle and your budget.

Poynton Garden Redesign – Summer 2021. ©Nadine Mansfield Garden Design Limited.

How do I get in touch to book a Garden Design Consultation?

To book an appointment, please email me: nadine.mansfield@gmail.com or use the contact page on here. Alternatively, please give me a call on 07983 519494 and we can get a date in for me to come and see you & your garden space.

I’ll look forward to meeting you, Nadine.

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