Your garden, terrace, veranda and flower bed, tailor-made by our creative team.
After an initial meeting to address the customer's needs and expectations, We Garden proceeds to surveying the area of intervention so that we can prepare a blueprint, which after being assessed and discussed, will lead to the final design.
The resulting package will be a detailed proposal that typically contains a general plan, a planting plan and drawings of the landscape, irrigation system, lighting and drainage systems, as well as detailed specifications.
After the project is approved, a cost proposal is drawn up for the work, detailing all necessary materials and labor.
To help you choose, we offer three lines already ripened by experience:
Three distinct lines in terms of their intervention concept. We do not make your garden a standard product, but we systematize the fundamental characteristics, organizing the information into three groups that allow the customer to identify with a certain type, or style, helping with the choice.
Custom-designed, unique, contemporary-oriented, innovative gardens with a personal character.
Marked by the composition of creativity and fashion, innovative and intimate, suitable for small spaces. This is a type of garden where every detail is of particular importance, with clear lines, pure forms and a deep sense of space. This concept consists of a delicate, pure and serene environment, conceived as a space for relaxation, energy and well-being.
Our Design gardens benefit from built structures, vertical elements, furniture, walls, low walls, banks, fences, vases, flower beds, water features (swimming pool, water mirror, source), decks and sculptures.
This type gives rise to traditional gardens with green base, grassy surfaces and dotted with color and life. It is a garden inspired by the English 18th-century spirit and is organic, recreating a natural environment.
Emphasis on lawns as a backdrop, flanked by shrub borders, dotted with clumps of flowers.
Preference is given to indigenous plants, isolated trees, or vegetation with sculptural interest, with naturally occurring, local materials such as wood, stone and loose aggregates (gravel, pebbles, etc.).
This type consists of low-maintenance gardens with reduced water consumption, reflecting the traditional Mediterranean flora, thus favoring sustainability. It also reflects a form of appropriation of the very common outdoor space in Portuguese estates, combining some typical elements: the house, the pool, the garden, the orchard and the woods.
These gardens are characterized by the dominance of Mediterranean and traditional indigenous species of Portuguese landscapes in the woods and forest (pine, laurel, boxwood). The most characteristic species are the orange tree, the lemon tree (orchard), the cypress tree (paths), the boxwoods and the myrtle. We also find vines, various odoriferous plants (roses, vines) in flower beds, trellises and arbors (along the paths/seating areas).