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“Learn the 7 step formula I use to create stunning gardens – without needing to be able to visualise or be a great artist.” Rachel Mathews, Successful Garden Design
This may surprise you, but knowing about plants or even the principles of garden design isn’t enough to create a great garden. The order and how you apply each key element to your garden is what makes the critical difference.
Most people make the mistake of focusing on plants and not enough on design – creating a great garden is all about shape and how different elements work together. It’s not something that happens by accident.
I’m Rachel Mathews from the international ORIGIN garden design and construction company. I’ve been designing gardens for nearly 20 years. In that time, I’ve transformed every conceivable shape, style and size of garden from rolling acres to the tiniest of courtyards.
I’ve reached a point in my career where I want to do more than just design. I want to teach you how to design your garden. I’ve decided to share everything that I’ve learned over the last 18 years as a professional garden designer. I will share all the tips the books don’t.
I’ve developed a formula that will enable even a complete beginner to design successfully. So, if you’re looking to transform your garden, the Great Garden Formula will guide you through the process step-by-step. You’ll be able to…
If you think about how much you and people you know have spent buying plants, paving and other garden stuff over the years, how many have wonderful gardens? Creating a great garden isn’t achieved by throwing money at it and hoping. If it was, everyone’s garden would be great. Plants alone won’t do it, no matter how pretty they are. See the example below:
The shape and way the materials work with one another is what has really made the big difference to the garden in the second picture; the plants are only the icing on the cake. If we’d just changed the plants and not adjusted the shape of the lawn and patio, the garden wouldn’t look much better than in the first picture.
If you have experienced any of the above, it’s really not your fault. A lot of books and magazines are designed to sell copies to look good on coffee tables. Some books are better than others at telling you what to do, but nearly all of them fail to tell you precisely ‘how’ to create a great garden.
The process involved is as important as the design principles. I designed my first garden (for my brave parents) before I went to design college, so I know just how frustrating it is trying to learn how to design from books.
But even college courses don’t really teach you everything you need to know to design in the real world. Perhaps they do if you are a naturally gifted designer, but I found it tough after I first qualified. Gardens come in all shapes and sizes and it took me a lot of figuring out until I found the best way to design them.
After years of struggling with designing gardens, I analyzed what I was doing when designs came together quickly and easily, and I found that there was a process to creating great designs easily. When I applied this process, I found I could quickly and easily design any shape, size and type of garden. I will share this process with you in the Great Garden Formula course.
Over the years I’ve refined and condensed the design process into The Great Garden Formula. The formula can be learned and applied over a couple of weekends to transform any garden, regardless of its shape, size or what is already there. I’ve done all the hard work of figuring the process out so you don’t have to.
To design a great garden you need to know the principles of design and how to put them together effectively. You also need to know how to use these principles with different sizes and shapes of garden. And you need to work with your existing garden whether you have a lot of existing plants and features or a blank canvas garden.
In this first module we look at the foundation of creating a beautiful garden. The 7 most important design principles – understanding these is the vital first step to your dream garden. You will learn how each principle works and how to use them in conjunction with one another, which is critical to successfully transforming any garden.
Once you know what the principles of garden design are, it’s now time to discover some niffty tricks professional designers use. Here’s where you’ll learn some simple but highly effective Ninja tricks that help make professional designers look so talented!
In this module you’ll learn how everything in the previous two modules applies to different size and shape gardens. Long narrow gardens, wide gardens, L-shaped, awkward shapes, large gardens, small gardens all have different requirements. By the end of this module, no matter what size or shape of garden you have, you’ll know how to use its shape to your advantage.
Here’s where you discover the formula that took me years to develop, which creates really successful results time and time again. It brings together all of the principles and design tricks in a way that will speed up your garden planning process and get you the results you want quickly and easily.
Even if you don’t think you are a creative person, this guide will help you use your full potential. It can be easy to get creatively stuck when you first start. Over the years I’ve been stuck a lot (before I worked out the Great Garden Formula) and I have developed some very effective techniques that are guaranteed to free your creativity if you find yourself struggling.
If, like me, you’re not a natural artist or have trouble visualising, The Cheat’s Guide To Sketching and Visualising will be a life saver! I’ll show you all the cheeky tricks I use to produce perspective sketches which help with visualising the way the finished garden will look. You’ll also learn some tricks that don’t even require you to sketch! Sketches are very valuable when presenting your ideas to other people and the landscaper (shockingly, not all landscapers are good at reading plans!).
After the design process, the next step is choosing the right plants. The good news is you don’t need as much knowledge as you think to be able to choose the right plants for your garden. By knowing a few basic things to look out for, you’ll know exactly which plants to grow where. Everyone will be impressed by your plant whispering skills by the time you’ve read this. The knowledge contained is worth the price of the course alone with all the money you’ll save on not killing plants because they’ve been planted in the wrong place!
This course is not drip fed, bit by bit. You’ll get instant access to the full downloadable course including the bonuses so you can work through it in your own time at your own pace. The course isn’t padded out with things you don’t need to know just to fill a curriculum. The course is the fast-track method to learn everything you need to know about how to create a stunning garden design.
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I don’t buy any courses I do online unless they come with a guarantee, so I don’t expect you to either. If for ANY reason you are not completely satisfied, I will completely refund you in full for the course. And you can keep the bonus downloads that come with the course which are worth the price of the course alone.
You can spend a lot of money on your garden and still not have it look good, which is heartbreaking, not to mention a waste of time and money. So many people plough ahead with building their garden without properly planning it. Understanding how to use the design principles and in what order is the only way to successfully improve your garden without the expense of trial and error.
If you think about how much you have already spent on garden books, plants and features, investing in this course will not only get you the results you want but save you spending your money on things that wont help make your garden look any better. Buying more plants or statues isn’t the answer.
This one time investment will give you the skill and confidence to make your garden beautiful. It makes a big difference knowing something will work rather than hoping. And because the course covers how to tackle gardens of all shapes and sizes, you’ll be able to design all your future gardens when you move house.
If you want to know exactly how to create a great garden, using all the tricks the professionals do, the answer is yes. But, if you are just looking for a ready made garden plan, then this is not for you. Whilst the course contains plenty of plans and photographs that you can use to get ideas from, the course is designed to teach you everything I know about design so that you can design for yourself.
Please note the course’s main focus is on design not plants. There is a bonus guide on choosing the right plants. The course comes in an easy to download format.
As this is a relatively new course, I’m offering a discounted price in exchange for testimonials for the website and feedback. I’ve already received a lot of very positive testimonials and feedback, so as soon as I have a few more, the price will increase.
I’ve already had lots of useful feedback, so the early offer price isn’t going to be around for long, so if you want to take advantage of it, you need to act now.
If you were to hire me to design your garden the cost would be over four times the FULL cost of the course (not the discounted price!). So, it’s exceptional value because you will have a new skill that you can use every time you move house and have a new garden to develop.
There is no waiting to enrol, you have instant access to download the course in full, right from the get go.
There is no risk to you because of the money back guarantee. If this course isn’t for you for whatever reason you can have your money back. Simple. So try it today, now. Click on the big happy orange button below and you’ll get instant access to download the course material.
£297 today £197
Oh and one last thing – the amount you will save yourself on not buying the wrong things for your garden will easily pay for this course over and over again.
£297 today £197