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We are a landscape design company with a difference. Not only do we create great garden designs but we have a plant nursery to supply you with all the plants you need at wholesale prices. We can arrange to have your landscaping installed but we do encourage you to become involved with the planting and maintenance so you get to enjoy the rewards that so many gardeners already experience.
Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Garden Design, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Patio Design, Site Planning
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A little piece of Asia
Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty
Classic Country Cottage
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3 Reviews for Garden Mentors
$10,000 - $49,999
Vicki Rule from Garden Mentors fulfilled our wishes on our small coastal section. Her plan gave us the privacy, shelter, outdoor living space and low maintenance structured planting that we asked for. We are really pleased with the result. Vicki had a clear four step process and referred us to excellent contractors and worked very well with them and to achieve the plan.
March 3, 2016
$10,000 - $49,999
Garden Mentors (Vicki) provided a landscape plan for a small residential lot we were building a new home on. She was pleasant, attentive and professional to deal with. We specifically needed to address heights and accessibility to spaces on the section. Vicki was especially knowledgeable in regard to appropriate plants for each area; their use/location and maintenance. We recommend using a "hard/structural landscaper" in conjunction with Garden Mentors to achieve the desired outcome.
September 21, 2015
Worked with pro
$1,000 - $9,999
Vicki took the time to understand the Clients requirements and vision on the layouts of their property. Vicki's understanding of what types of plants / shrubs to fit the brief was perfect and project budget requirements were spot on. The outcome was just right for the style of the residence, layout of the property and for the Clients outdoor living requirements.
July 29, 2013Last modified:July 31, 2013
Commented: Well Done!Thanks for your kind comment and offer for 3D renders, however I never get asked to supply them.
October 22, 2018
Commented: what is the bamboo?Hi the Bamboo is Bambusa gracilis. It is a clump forming bamboo rather than a suckering one. In the Bay of Plenty region it doesn't become a problem, it does get taller and thicker than shown here, b...
July 29, 2018
Commented: can you tell me what the ground cover is?The grassy looking plant is Scleranthus biflorus, a New Zealand native plant. It is easy to grow, happy in full sun/ semi shade but must have well drained soil.
July 29, 2018
Commented: Love this garden sanctuary! What is the name large leafed vine plant?Hi, thanks for your question, it is a Tamarillo tree. They have lovely red fruit and are easy to grow in frost free areas.
March 30, 2018
Commented: love the creeper on the black - what is it?Thanks for your question, it is Ficus pumila (creeping fig) . It clings really well to timber retaining walls without the need for wires. I wouldn't recommend it to grow on the side of a house thoug...
March 8, 2017
Commented: What is the name of the two trees in the front against the fence?Hi, thanks for your enquiry, they are Robinia Lace Lady. They have wonderful bright green curled leaves and in winter reveal their bare contorted branches
September 22, 2016