Your garden, terrace, balcony, planter, custom designed by our creatives.
After a first contact to address the needs and expectations of the client at We Garden, we proceed to survey the areas of intervention that will allow us to carry out a preliminary project that, after being evaluated and discussed, will give rise to the definitive project.
The resulting package will be a broken down proposal that will typically contain a general plan, planting plan, perspective drawings, irrigation network, lighting and drainage network, as well as detailed specifications.
After approval of the project, a cost proposal for the work is executed, detailing all the necessary material and labor.
To facilitate your choice, we offer three lines already matured by experience:
Three very distinct lines in terms of the concept of intervention. We did not make gardens a standard product, but systematized the fundamental characteristics by organizing information into three groups that allow the customer to identify with a certain type or style, helping him in his choice.
Authored gardens, unique and contemporary in nature, innovative with a personalized character.
Marked by creative composition and form, innovative and intimate, suitable for small spaces. This is a type of garden where every detail is of particular importance, with clear lines, pure shapes and a profound sense of space. This concept encloses a delicate, pure and serene environment, assuming itself as a space of relaxation, energy and well-being.
In Design gardens, priority is given to built structures, vertical elements, furniture, walls, low walls, benches, fences, vases, flowerbeds, water elements (swimming pool, water mirror, fountain), the deck and the sculptures.
This typology gives rise to traditional gardens with a green base, grassy surfaces punctuated with colors and life. It is a garden model inspired by the English spirit of the 19th century. XVIII, organic, in which a natural environment is recreated.
The lawns stand out as a backdrop, flanked by bushes, dotted with flower beds.
Preferential use is given to indigenous plants, isolated trees, or plant elements with sculptural interest, with materials of natural origin and regional character such as wood, stone, loose aggregates (gravel, pebbles, etc.).
This typology gives rise to low-maintenance gardens, with reduced water consumption, reflecting the traditional Mediterranean flora, thus favoring sustainability. It also reflects a form of appropriation of outdoor space that is very common in Portuguese farms, combining some typical elements: the house, the pond, the garden, the orchard and the woods.
These gardens are characterized by the dominance of indigenous Mediterranean species and traditional Portuguese landscapes in the woods and woods (pine, laurel, boxwood). The most characteristic species are orange trees, lemon trees (orchards), cypress trees (boulevards), boxwoods and myrtles. We also found vines, various scented plants (roses, vines) in the flowerbeds, flowerbeds, trellises and bowers (next to the paths/staying places).