New Leaf Gardens
07951 455451
Example Garden


Initial Meeting

We arrange a meeting to discuss how to improve your garden given your needs and aspirations, the site and how much you would like to invest. I will be able to make some initial suggestions and give you a rough idea of the likely costs of the landscaping. This meeting is free.

Depending on the size and complexity of your garden and the number of plans and drawings required, I will give you a price for surveying and providing a garden design. The majority of designs I produce cost between 300 and 500.

Survey and Design

I will survey your garden and produce an initial rough plan to discuss with you before a final design is produced.

In surveying your garden I will take into account the following:

  • Aspect and levels
  • Soil type and condition
  • Existing plants
  • Drainage
  • Views
  • Anything else that is relevant to your garden

I will provide a final design with accompanying drawings, which can be presented to a landscaper for a building quotation. I have links with a number of landscapers who I would be happy to introduce to you or, alternatively, I can obtain quotes on your behalf.

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Planting and Aftercare

I will be available for help and advice during the build and once the skips and cement mixers are out of the way, I will plant up the garden along lines that we discussed and agreed at the planning stage. Occasionally, my clients prefer to do their own planting, in which case I will merely offer advice if it is required.

I am happy to produce planting plans and advice on how to look after your garden. Alternatively, I can arrange to look after your garden on a seasonal basis, leaving you the relatively simple tasks of cutting the grass and looking out for dandelions.

New Leaf Gardens, 30 Carr Road, Calverley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS28 5RH

Covering Leeds, West Yorkshire and the surrounding area including Horsforth, Guiseley, Menston, Adel, Alwoodley, Yeadon, Menston, Burley, and Bramhope.