Garden Design & Construction Services, Dorset
At Canna Verdi garden design, we provide high-quality garden design services to customers in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Wimborne and the New Forest. We will work with you to create a bespoke design that meets your specific needs. We offer a comprehensive range of services, from initial consultations and site surveys through to planting plans and construction drawings.
Planting plans, plant supply and installation of planting plans are carefully designed to bring the beauty of nature into your garden. We take into consideration the set up of your house and the style of your garden design before we make our palnting plans. All plans are completed by a qualified Horticulturist with a vast knowledge of plants and will be able to advise you on which plants will work best in garden.
Garden lighting can provide a beautiful atmosphere to enjoy your outdoor space in the evening and also help extend the use of your garden into the night. Lighting not only makes an area look aesthetically pleasing, but it can also be used as security or safety feature.
All gardens installed through us are always completed using robust, building standards and completed with detail in mind. Before any work begins, a full qoutation underlining the standards and build method is provided. This is so you can visualise and fully understand how your garden will look.
Built in 2019
Built in 2021 By Stewart garden centre's
Establishing a New garden
A new garden is a big investment, both in time and money. Whether you've hired a professional landscaper or done it yourself, you want to make sure your investment pays off. That's why we provide useful documents describing how to care for your garden. We have information on the first year's maintenance of lawns, plants, cutting, watering, fertilizing and detailing pruning . We also provide advice on how to establish your new garden so that it will thrive for years to come.
How to establish new turf
How to Maintain a premium lawn
pruning timetable trees and shrubs.
Pruning at regular intervals can help maintain the shape and structure of trees and shrubs. Pruning helps keep plants healthy through controlling growth, removing dead or damaged branches and promoting fruiting for some species. With established trees and shrubs it is important to understand their natural habit as this will determine how they should be pruned.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has divided trees and shrubs into nine pruning groups, which indicates when pruning should take place to ensure maximum benefits. All plans provided have a pruning group listed next to the plant suggestion. this is so you can access advice here or on the RHS website.
Maintaining a beautiful and healthy lawn requires knowledge and understanding of the task at hand. We have provided a Lawn Maintenance Guide expert advice on how to correctly look after your lawn from establishment to maturity, as well as providing detailed information about mowing, watering.
Groups 1 to 13 shrubs and climbers
A garden is not something that just appears; it takes time and patience to create. To give your plants the best start, make sure you have prepared the soil with good fertility levels, sufficient moisture and any other treatments needed for what type of plant you are growing. Don't be dismayed if there isn't much growth in year one – as long as healthy foliage appears this usually indicates a strong root system which will encourage greater success further down the line!
Built in 2019
Built in 2020
Built in 2019