If we want a demanding end result, designing a garden, even just building a garden, requires serious professional training.

Gardening - The Basics

Garden design is a combination of the customer's ideas and the expertise and uniqueness of the gardening specialist.

The garden and the carefully, stylishly designed house must be treated as a unit, so that in the end the overall picture will be appealing to us, because every day starts in the atmosphere of this and we will return home every day.

Of course, we also have to adapt to the natural conditions, the surrounding area, and it is good to choose plants and supplements that we can easily maintain. An on-site inspection is absolutely necessary, where the gardener assesses the natural endowments and the client hands over his ideas to the specialist. Horticultural plans must be "adapted" to the spatial conditions, as not much can be changed. A good garden plan adapts to this and doesn’t necessarily want to completely transform it. A beautiful garden can be created on any terrain, even on a sloping surface. It may be possible to adapt the existing conditions in such a way that the specialist improves the humus content of the soil during the garden construction, acidifies, limes, etc.

Gardening - Designing accessories

When designing a garden, it is important to design the coverings, garden lighting, any bubbles, etc. location, as it will be the overall picture and after the completion of gardening it will be very difficult or impossible to change the placement of certain elements. It’s worth choosing easy-to-maintain, simple alternatives when designing. The most important elements of the garden are the plants, the selection and pairing of which requires a great deal of practice and expertise. Of course, a layman can do this, but in such cases, the end result will often be a “back and forth” sight in terms of shapes and colors.

Horticulture - Construction

The field inspection and planning is followed by a price offer, which also includes the plants to be installed, accessories, materials to be installed and works.

Then comes the foundation of gardening, the design of the ground levels, the execution of the field work. Landscaping in most cases requires mechanization, but in all cases manual, ie human, work is also required.

Professional gardening, grassing, lawn laying and the proper development of various plants often require partial soil replacement and the right composition of the land.

If you are lucky, the garden to be built may have the right amount and composition of soil. In this case, it may be sufficient to weed and rot the area to create the planned garden, if necessary.

Then comes the most spectacular step, planting, when the customer sees the biggest change in their garden, when everything comes to life.

Lawn carpeting or grassing are also among these spectacular elements.


Then there is only the handover left, when the customer is given detailed information about what to do in order to get the most out of the garden for a long time to come. The gardening is done, but we can shape it at any time.


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