We’ve all heard of personal trainers, there to help and educate us in getting into shape physically. Well, a Garden Coach is exactly the same principal except we look at your exterior space and how to look after and get your garden and grounds into shape. You will find that once completed, this will lift you mentally and definitely give you that feel good factor.
Does this scenario sound familiar? You probably pick a nice day, stand surveying your outside space and think to yourself “Where do I start?” , quickly get disheartened before you begin because you haven’t a clue and throw in the trowel.
Don’t despair! You don’t necessarily have to be clueless and new to gardening, you could be a keen gardener but your plot has run away with you and you’re looking to overhaul it. You may just need a visit to inspire and give you some enthusiastic and impartial advice or you may be a complete novice faced with your first garden and need to be lead by the hand, encouraged and educated in the simple basics of gardening.
A bespoke service. I provide a service to suit your ambitions and of course the size of your garden from a one off visit to a visit by the season. I’ll help you choose your plants and even take you plant shopping for them.
Give me a call. When you’re ready for some guidance send me an email, text or phone me and I’ll come and be your horticultural personal trainer.
CASE STUDY – A 5 ACRE GARDEN IN KERMINCHAM, CHESHIRE
At the end of this summer I was contacted by my client who said “I need some guidance and vision beyond my own as I’ve grown comfortable yet complacent with the gardens and need new eyes to see how the various areas can be improved”.
Here are a few photos of the garden as I saw it. I visited the client four times over a month’s period providing 90min sessions each time. We addressed all the various areas of the gardens and grounds.
“I am very pleased with the work Sue Davis has done for me, advice given and suggestions made which (hopefully) will be within budget and also to the scale that suits the garden without completely restructuring it (which I did not want). I think we can now preserve and enhance many of the trees and also create an interesting garden.” T.F.