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Hello, We are buying a new build and have a 7.5m deep by 12m wide garden, 2 children (3y and 10mnths). There is a rather large wall at the end of the garden, which is very old and unfortunely they have dung down to reveal its foundations, making it 43 bricks high and as the foundations have been revealed they have said that they have to build a 1 meter wide raised bed to support the wall. The wall isn't ours. Anyway, before we knew we'd have to have this large raised bed we were already worried that the garden was too small and now feel that the bed will make it look smaller. I have attach a pick of garden from our back door and and my original plan. I'm no expert but did some research on how to make a garden look deeper than it is etc and this is what I came up with. I've also attached a pic of the show home garden, as I like the patio that they have used. Hope that you can help. We are meeting with the developer on Monday to agree what they are going to do about hiding/supporting the walls foundations. I'm hoping that someone on here will have some ideas in order for us to not loose too much garden. Vicky
Does anyone know where I can purchase a large terracotta or stone urn (75cm or taller) for the centrepiece to a Greek pebble mosaic I'm planning? Advertised Cretan pots come in at £1000+!
I have not used design feature for a while and have been busy in the garden planting.
I want to print out a simple list of plants that I have already entered into the garden WITHOUT photos and long descriptions, .
Is their a way of doing this?
I've been using the garden design tool for a little while. The problem I am having is that it does not create designs to scale when they are printed out e.g. if a drawing is printed out on A4 what scale is this? Is there something I am missing or do I need to upgrade to be a Pro Member for this functionality? Joanne
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Hi, I have 2 small L shaped borders in front of my bungalow 6' x 8' x 18" wide
I would like to replant as a Autumn winter boarder
Can anyone suggest suitable low growing plants?
The ends and corners I would like to have plants that can be left in all year and not over 18" tall
the bedding plants will be changed to suit the season during the year
I'm sure that when I had my free trial a few years ago, I used Google Earth to select my garden, so they shape and size were accurate, then added plants in. I can't find how to do that now I've signed up as a full member.
Just wondering if you can change from a plan view to a horizontal view so you can look at the heights of plants to see if they work together.
The Garden design planner do not work!
Does anyone have the same problem as I do? I am so frustrated about this, when I should start up the design planner program it just shows a blank page, and when I click on my garden design it comes up a alert that I am leaving the page.
Confused and disappointed!
Hi - I’m fairly new to gardening and now a little bit obsessed (workload permitting).
We have a large garden and inherited a poorly designed landscaped garden area which we are gradually making our own. Many of the flower beds are edged with box which is a great place for the slugs to hide in and not our favourite plant, although it does serve a purpose of helping to keeping the dogs of the borders.
My question is, I want to plant a Lavender Hedge and around one of the bigger beds, I’ve already dug up the Box. I know it’s not the perfect site so wondering if it’s a complete waste of time and money? If so, any suggestions as to what we could plant.
The area is the only place where we get shade, but the edges do get some sun. The soil is neutral to slightly acidic. I plan to add lime to the soil if I plant the Lavenders. In my head this would look wonderful and a great source of food for the bees.
I have watched the you tube garden design instruction. I have completed my profile and plant list. When going to create my garden I only get "My Garden Planner>Plan for Rear garden / old orchard" twice and a blank page. Is this garden design tool suitable for Ipad ? If so what can I Do ? I feel it is wrong to offer these tools having paid and no instruction !
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