There are hundreds of species, and thousands of varieties of trees and shrubs that can be used in a New Hampshire landscape. What should you plan in your yard? You need to hire someone with the experience of working with New Hampshire landscape designs.
Call Trimmers Landscaping! We have been designing and installing landscapes for more than 20 years.
We don’t just pull a landscape plan out of our bottom drawer. Our first step in partnering with you is to brainstorm about some ideas and preferences that you have for what your ideal landscape would look like. We may ask you for pictures in magazines or on the internet that you have seen and like. If it’s a simple foundation planting you’re looking for, we may make some suggestions and produce a proposal right away without having to draw up a landscape plan.
A landscape that has multiple challenges and a much broader vision to be developed requires a landscape design process. Our landscape designer or landscape architect will begin the process of creating a professional landscape design for you that you can implement all at once, or in stages over several years.
Landscape Design 101: Plants Grow! Landscape design is a different kind of architecture – it is an architecture that grows. While flower color and textures are important aspects in the landscape planting design, they are not the most important. The most important consideration in designing a landscape using trees and shrubs is the location. Putting the right plant in the right place prevents having to resort to heavy pruning to make it fit the space, transplanting it, or simply removing it as it begins to grow.
The best piece of advice for considering installing trees and shrubs: Don’t Wait! Plants take several years to establish and mature to where they begin to provide value to your property. Beginning the process today – even if it’s just an idea – will help you to move a little closer to creating your own personal paradise!