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SUCCESSFUL DESIGN LIMITED

MILL RACE, NEW ROAD,

ALDHAM, COLCHESTER,

ESSEX, ENGLAND

CO6 3QT 

Registered in England. Company No. 07534563

Name & Registered Office:

SUCCESSFUL DESIGN LIMITED

MILL RACE, NEW ROAD,

ALDHAM, COLCHESTER,

ESSEX, ENGLAND

CO6 3QT 

Registered in England. Company No. 07534563

THE DESIGN DECIDING FACTOR

THE DESIGN DECIDING FACTOR

​SO WHAT IS THE DESIGN DECIDING FACTOR?

It's simply...

Working with the SHAPE of the garden first.

Most people are totally obsessed with everything EXCEPT shape.

BIG mistake.

YOU need to be obsessed with SHAPE.

​SO WHAT IS THE DESIGN DECIDING FACTOR?

It's simply...

Working with the SHAPE of the garden first.

Most people are totally obsessed with everything EXCEPT shape.

BIG mistake.

YOU need to be obsessed with SHAPE.

The DESIGNED version

The DESIGNED version

The average un-designed back garden

The average un-designed back garden

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The answer is...

ALL OF THEM!

None of the gardens above were designed by professional designers.

They are the gardens of people (with NO experience) who I've taught my fast-track design methods to.

If you'd like to know more about the method, watch the video below (it's interactive with clickable buttons)...

And if you get the answers in the video correct, you'll get access to a FREE fast-track garden design web class training...

WATCH THIS QUICK VIDEO - PASS THE TEST TO GET YOUR INVITATION TO A FREE ONLINE GARDEN DESIGN TRAINING CLASS 

The answer is...

ALL OF THEM!

None of the gardens above were designed by professional designers.

They are the gardens of people (with NO experience) who I've taught my fast-track design methods to.

If you'd like to know more about the method, watch the video below (it's interactive with clickable buttons)...

And if you get the answers in the video correct, you'll get access to a FREE fast-track garden design web class training...

WATCH THIS QUICK VIDEO - PASS THE TEST TO GET YOUR INVITATION TO A FREE ONLINE GARDEN DESIGN TRAINING CLASS 

A

A

B

B

C

C

[N.B. If you've been sent a link to this page, you need to start *HERE*]

It's incredibly simple.​

But before we go there, here's something that trips up 98% of the population when it comes to gardens (yes, even landscaping professionals can make this mistake)...

Most people think it's plants and features that make a great garden...

It's NOT.

They are the finishing touches.

DESIGN LAYOUT IS KEY 

Not the stuff you put in.

Obviously, plants, ponds, pergolas etc. do play a big part in how the garden looks...

But nowhere near as big a part as books, garden magazines and TV programmes have everyone believing...

If only they knew, and showed people the 'design deciding factor' instead...

[N.B. If you've been sent a link to this page, you need to start *HERE*]

It's incredibly simple.​

But before we go there, here's something that trips up 98% of the population when it comes to gardens (yes, even landscaping professionals can make this mistake)...

Most people think it's plants and features that make a great garden...

It's NOT.

They are the finishing touches.

DESIGN LAYOUT IS KEY 

Not the stuff you put in.

Obviously, plants, ponds, pergolas etc. do play a big part in how the garden looks...

But nowhere near as big a part as books, garden magazines and TV programmes have everyone believing...

If only they knew, and showed people the 'design deciding factor' instead...

Plants and features etc. become important eventually...

But to begin with SHAPE is everything.

WHY?

BECAUSE DIFFERENT SHAPED GARDENS REQUIRE DIFFERENT SHAPE DESIGN SOLUTIONS

The design layout that works in a LONG, narrow garden, doesn't suit a WIDE, shallow garden.

A SQUARE garden requires a different focus to an AWKWARD shaped garden and so on...

I know, in many ways that is kind of obvious, but you would be AMAZED (though I'm actually mortified) at the number of qualified garden designers who don't get this right.

Colleges don't teach design this way because it's not in their curriculum to do so. 

But if YOU know which design layouts suit different types of gardens it will take YEARS off the learning curve to gain the skills of a pro designer.

I know, because at college I was taught design theory, not practical 'how-to' methods, step-by-step.​ 

I was 19 and couldn't draw if my life depended on it or visualise AT ALL!

And no, it hadn't occurred to me until it was far too late, that garden design possibly wasn't the best career choice... 

But anyway, on top of the thousands it cost to get my 'qualification', I purchased a ton of books to try and understand HOW to design (but they weren't that helpful)... 

Sadly, naturally talented people aren't great at teaching something they don't consciously think about.

I eventually worked out a simple system that enabled me and pretty much anyone to design a great looking garden, easily. 

If you don't believe it's possible to take someone with ZERO experience and get them to a good standard of design in less than one month, then take a look at this...

WHICH OF THE GARDENS BELOW WAS DESIGNED BY A COMPLETE AMATEUR WITH NO PREVIOUS DESIGN EXPERIENCE?

Plants and features etc. become important eventually...

But to begin with SHAPE is everything.

WHY?

BECAUSE DIFFERENT SHAPED GARDENS REQUIRE DIFFERENT SHAPE DESIGN SOLUTIONS

The design layout that works in a LONG, narrow garden, doesn't suit a WIDE, shallow garden.

A SQUARE garden requires a different focus to an AWKWARD shaped garden and so on...

I know, in many ways that is kind of obvious, but you would be AMAZED (though I'm actually mortified) at the number of qualified garden designers who don't get this right.

Colleges don't teach design this way because it's not in their curriculum to do so. 

But if YOU know which design layouts suit different types of gardens it will take YEARS off the learning curve to gain the skills of a pro designer.

I know, because at college I was taught design theory, not practical 'how-to' methods, step-by-step.​ 

I was 19 and couldn't draw if my life depended on it or visualise AT ALL!

And no, it hadn't occurred to me until it was far too late, that garden design possibly wasn't the best career choice... 

But anyway, on top of the thousands it cost to get my 'qualification', I purchased a ton of books to try and understand HOW to design (but they weren't that helpful)... 

Sadly, naturally talented people aren't great at teaching something they don't consciously think about.

I eventually worked out a simple system that enabled me and pretty much anyone to design a great looking garden, easily. 

If you don't believe it's possible to take someone with ZERO experience and get them to a good standard of design in less than one month, then take a look at this...

WHICH OF THE GARDENS BELOW WAS DESIGNED BY A COMPLETE AMATEUR WITH NO PREVIOUS DESIGN EXPERIENCE?