Planting new flora in your garden requires a great deal more thought than many novice gardeners realise. A planting plan will essentially map out what plants to put where, creating a landscape that optimises the resources you have available. This plan will take into consideration the specific amount of space available,
the aspect, the soil conditions and the desired effect you want to achieve. It will graphically show the exact location, sizes and species of all new and existing plants within the garden.
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Included on the plan is a plant schedule for easy reference. It lists both the botanical and common names of plants used, quantities and sizes. You will also receive a comprehensive plant reference sheet with thumbnail photos and easy to read descriptions on each plant to help you visualize the garden. This precise, easy to follow plan is ideal for the homeowner, designer or landscape contractor to price and to lay plants out on site. Check out the example planting plan and reference sheets below, and remember to keep the space fairly simple, selecting plants that will create interest through each season.
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Example of planting plan, Example of plant reference sheet