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Tailored design

A tailored service to meet your gardening needs. Use the contact page here to make an enquiry and we will respond as quickly as possible.

General design or gardening advice:

Need advice on what to do with a problem area of your garden? Or some plant suggestions for part of your garden? Or perhaps some time spent helping you pull some ideas together and organise your thoughts so that you can redesign your garden yourself?

We offer both visits to your garden to give advice on any aspect of it at an hourly rate, whenever it suits you.  Please ask for prices and further details.

Part design:

Sometimes for a variety of reasons part of your garden doesn’t fit together well with the rest of it. This is something that we can easily sort out for you, integrating this “ problem area” into the rest of the garden so that you can fully enjoy your outdoor space.

Bare Borders:

Perhaps you need some inspiration to help you tackle a specific part of your garden. Revamping of tired borders is a relatively inexpensive way of improving the look of your garden quickly and affordably.

Supply and Planting Service:

If you are simply looking for someone to organise the supply of plants for your garden and plant them up for you, then look no further. We would be delighted to do that.

Bespoke furniture and garden ornaments:

At Lempsink Garden Design, we can source a variety of items for your garden to give it the right finishing touch.

 

 

 

 

RECENT COMMENTS...

"Lisa designed us a front garden. She did a fantastic job! She really listened to our expectation.We wanted a garden that would provide some privacy but wouldn't totally block the wonderful view we have in front of our place. I didn't think it would be possible, but Lisa managed to come up with a great idea that made it just right! Moreover, she discussed the budget openly which is very helpful for us. Lisa and her team work efficiently. Her design is beautiful and practical. Our new garden looks pretty and unique. My son loves staying in the garden and always refuses to leave. "

HS Chang, Edinburgh