EDIBLE GARDEN DESIGN
Beautiful gardens that taste great!
Traditional garden design with an edible twist
Why Kitchen Harvest Garden Design?
Designs you can easily implement yourself
Affordable design approach that is plant-focused & less reliant on materials and labour
Browse through images, visualise your gardens potential. Understand concepts & layouts clearly during consultation
Personalised Garden Guide
Maintenance notes for your plants - pruning, feeding, common pests to look out for, when to harvest tips and tricks
Tailored to your skills
Appropriate plant selection for your gardening skills and time
Get the tricky stuff done or the whole lot. Your garden can be maintained for you. Simply pick and eat!
Overcoming the Costs...
Let's face it. Not all of us can fork out $20,000 - $250,000 on a garden - or it's just not as high on the priority list. But we still want a great garden.
Maye focuses on plants to create form, colour, texture and structure. It's called 'softscaping' - minimising hard structures (retaining walls etc). This means you can do a lot of the work yourself, keeping substantial construction material and labour costs down without compromising style.
So how does it work?
On site consultation
Discuss your needs & wants
Inspiration & ideas
Basic Garden Design Plan
Plant list, quantities, images
Soil preparation info
Personalised garden guide
Planting plan and all information emailed to you to save you money
*Products recommendations are completely independent and free of financial incentives. Recommendations are purely based on Maye's experience.
Planting Plan - what's not included
Planting plan does not include construction details, elevations or perspectives. It is a basic design concentrated on plant selection and quantities.
Measurements are taken as accurately as possible during your consultation however, if you require highly accurate plans, please contact a professional surveyor.
Surveying for Large Gardens & Country Properties
Basic site measurements are taken during your consultation however, due to the size and varying level of design complexity, your site may require a professional surveyor.