YOUR GARDEN DESIGN:

HOW TO OWN A DEREK FELL LANDSCAPE  

It’s easy. Choose from the following options: 




  1. A consultation by email and telephone involving a garden plan that shows recommended plantings and ornamentation for you to implement yourself. This works best for small spaces. Simply submit a rough layout showing the area, and complete the questionnaire below, providing vital information such as soil type, annual rainfall and drainage. Submit some reference photos showing overall views and specific views of the site. In return you receive a working diagram for a design to your needs and a plant list. Any structures recommended – such as benches, fountains, arbors – will be shown, together with a source.

  1. A site inspection, and design recommendation. Derek Fell and Carolyn will inspect the site, discuss what the owners hope to achieve, and submit a plan showing plantings and ornamentation for the owners to contract locally for the garden to be completed.

To submit an inquiry and receive your free estimate please fill out the questionnaire listed below and e-mail or fax the results to Derek (contact details listed on the "Contact Us" tab ).

QUESTIONNAIRE

Name_________________________

Address_________________________

City_________________________ State_______

Telephone_________________________

Email_________________________

Type of Garden (see list)_________________________

Dimensions_________________________

Attach plan view of the site and show existing features (trees, boulders, deck etc). Indicate north.

Photo reference

Attach views of the site - including an overall view and specific views that show the garden space in relation to the residence and other buildings. Sun or Shade. Indicate whether the site is sunny or shaded (light shade, medium shade, or deep shade).
Soil Type. Check whether the existing soil is clay or sand.
Drainage. Does the site have good drainage?
Zone. What zone are you?
Other comments: For example, are there any particular plants you'd like to grow, or structures you'd like to see?