Our portfolio isn't limited to one particular style but includes a wide range of designs, from contemporary spaces to country gardens with more traditional planting. Most importantly Primaflora offer an enthusiastic and impeccable service.

From the initial consultation with our design team, we can translate your wishes in to a workable design. By using our wealth of expert knowledge in landscaping and horticulture, the garden will be specially tailored to meet your individual needs and budget.

Stage One - The Initial Concept

A member of our design team will visit your garden to discuss the practical and aesthetic requirements, as well as your aspirations for the space. There is a fee for this consultation if you are outside a 20 mile radius of our offices in Lyne, Surrey. However this is refundable against any design work you undertake with us in the future.

From the initial consultation we can accurately prepare a quote for the design of your garden.

Stage Two - The Survey

Once the quote is accepted we will arrange for the garden to be surveyed and measured. The survey plots the key boundaries, existing trees, buildings and most importantly the levels of the ground.

Then a written design brief is drawn up for your approval. The brief is fundamental to the whole design process as it ensures your requirements are understood at an early stage. Once the brief has been agreed by you we then proceed with designing the garden.

Stage Three - The Design

A concept plan is presented to you together with additional material needed to help you visualise the design. This includes perspective sketches of key elements of the design and material samples.

Primaflora aim to get the concept design correct from the beginning, so ordinarily minor amendments are not charged. However, if alterations are due to a change of mind on your part or unforeseen circumstances then these will be charged for at our prevailing rate.

Stage Four - Planting Plans

Planting plans are an essential part of the design process and show the species of plants used and their location within the garden. All our planting schemes combine colour, texture and form beautifully interwoven with structural planting of hedges, shrubs and trees.

Planting plans are completed once the concept design has been approved.