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Plants and Planting in Lincolnshire

Planting plans


Carefully selected schemes from individual borders to complete gardens that  provide colour and interest throughout the year.

The right plant for the right place takes into account your aspect and soil type.  It may include a herb area near the kitchen/barbecue, or scented plants close to a sitting area.

Drawn to scale and detailing plant positions, plans include botanical names and quantities required, based upon ultimate size.

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Plant supply and planting service

When hard landscaping is complete, Concept Garden Design can source the plants and do the planting for you.

With strong connections to local, regional and national nurseries, we buy direct from the grower.

 Locally grown plants perform better, as they are acclimatised to the local environment and also keep costs to a minimum.  If you prefer you can get involved or you can do the planting yourself.

Plant care

Should you need a little guidance on how to maintain your new garden, we can compile a maintenance plan for you.

Presented in booklet form, this invaluable publication covers what to do, where and when, on a month-by-month basis.

From planting to pruning, weeding to feeding, this carefully tailored guide covers everything you need to know, to help you look after and enjoy your beautiful new garden.

After care and maintenance

As the garden develops, it is often useful to consult the designer again for further suggestions, to extend or modify the planting or to give advice on pruning.

Clients often favour a Spring and Autumn visit, to wake the garden up and to put the garden to bed, with all the necessary pruning being carried out on both occasions.

It aims to be instructive as well as supervisory, so you can learn the necessary skills, under guidance and gain the confidence to work on the garden yourself, unsupervised.