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The first item on our programme is to get a feel for the existing garden space after planning on paper we need to consider the final praticalites of the plan in the space avalable. To do this we normal spend a few hours pegging out the site in an approximate manor. Then checking the seating areas intended views and vistas together with looking at the scale. In this garden the scale will be set by the pond, to large and it will dominate the garden, too small and the it will be lost in the planting. If you have the time it is best to stop for a few days and live in your intended garden ( imaging how it will work, is it going to be pratical, is the summer house area going to be big enough, will the kids have enough space. One key point to mention at this stage is to spend some time looking out of the window in the house at the garden as this will be were most of your time is spent looking at the feature and vistas created by the project, at this stage try to remember the hardest thing to emagine is the planting. To solve this the gardenAdvice team of designers often us photos of the existing garden and sketch over the top. The first physical stage in the preparation has been to cut down the grass followed by the seedling ash and cherry trees that have grown up over the recent years.



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