Landscape Client Questionnaire

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Client Questionnaire

Consider each item carefully - add up to 10 lines of comments in each text box; the more the better. Remember, you are creating your outdoor environment; time spent here will help to insure the long term success of your landscape.

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Contact Information

Please provide the following contact information:

Street Address
Address (cont.)
Zip/Postal Code
Home Phone

Design Preferences

List your favorite colors:
List your favorite plants:
List any plants or colors you don't like:
Time of day you will most likely be outside:
Favorite seasons:

I would like my plants to provide:

Shade              Privacy            Frangrance         Energy Efficiency
Food               Noice Filter       Windbreak          Birds/Butterflies

The mood of my garden should be:

Bright, Cheerful     Relaxing             Meditative           Ordered, Structured
Private              Social               

heme of your landscape:

New American: colorful, year-round interest, ornamental grass, perennials, woody ornamentals
English: many perennials, colorful borders, topiary
Other: explain below 
Early American: symmetrical, hedges, mixed fruit/vegetable with ornamental
Oriental: simple, symbolic, sculpture, feng shui    

Style of your landscape:

Other (explain below)

If necessary, please include any comments on the theme and style of your landscape:


Select any of the following Hardscape Items and Materials you would like to include in your design:

patio parking stairs/steps fence
hot tub shed walls service area
planters arbor gazebo statues
concrete gravel boulders greenhouse
bark pool barbecue pavers
lighting system pond/waterfall      


If necessary, please include any additional comments below about your hardscape elements and materials:


Select any of the following uses you'd like to include in the design of your landscape:

Vegetables, Fruit
Play Areas         
Lawn Games
Compost/Potting Shed
Casual Dining      
Pumphouse/Tool Shed
Formal Entertainment
Other: specify below

If necessary, please include below any additional comments about the usage of your landscape:

Landscape Installation

Who will install your landscape?

Owner and Outside Help
Landscape Contractor

What is the budget for this project: $

Project Begin Date:

Project End Date:

Maintenance Preferences

Indicate amount of time owner expects to spend maintaining the landscape:

Peak Season (Spring, Summer): Hrs/Wk

Offseason (Fall, Winter): Hrs/Wk

Which maintenance chores will the owner provide?

 Owner expects to provide:  % of total landscape maintenance.

Owner expects to spend:   $ per year for contracted landscape maintenance.


Describe your "vision" of the new landscape; what will you enjoy most? - what will make it unique? How can we best serve your design needs? Do you have any further thoughts or questions concerning your new landscape?


Number of family members 

Children at home?  Number   Ages

If allergic to any plants, which ones: 

Are any family members allergic to bees?: Yes

Should design include handicap access?: Yes 

That's enough questions for now!
Thank you for filling out this form. It will help us to develop your custom landscape plan.


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