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Container Garden Seasonal Installation Preferences

Preparing for your seasonal container garden installation? Share your vision with us! Our convenient online preference form is here to capture your aesthetic tastes, plant preferences, and any specific needs you may have. Horticult is committed to seamless communication, ensuring your garden is a reflection of your personal style and expectations. Submit this form anytime to update your preferences or make last-minute changes — we're here to cultivate your ideal garden experience.

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Container Garden Seasonal Installation Preferences

Plant Your Preferences, Grow Your Dream Garden!

Client Information

Project Background Information 

Please provide details about your space & timeline to help us tailor your installation to your specific needs and schedule.

Plant Preferences

Please indicate your plant preferences for the upcoming seasonal installation

Check all that apply:
How much of the current installation would you like to update or replace in the next season?

Design Preferences

Tell us about your preferred container garden style and any design elements you'd like to incorporate.

Container Garden Style

Check as many that apply:

Design Element Additions

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Maintenance Preferences

Let us know your preferences regarding garden maintenance.

Select the level of maintenance you prefer for your garden setup:

Additional Comments

Include any other pertinent information in this section.

Thank you for sharing your garden dreams with us! Your preferences have been successfully submitted. Look forward to an update from us soon!

We at Horticult strive to incorporate all the preferences you have outlined in this form to the best of our abilities. Please note, the key factor in fulfilling your requests is the amount of time between the submission of this form and your projected installation date. The more lead time we have, the better we can accommodate your specific needs. With this in mind, we will make every effort to include the concepts you've outlined in this form, up until the day prior to installation if necessary.


Furthermore, we invite our clients to fill out this form as often as you like in the lead-up to the installation. Our goal in keeping this form readily accessible is to simplify the process for you to effortlessly communicate your thoughts and ideas. We don't want to limit its use in any way, so please feel free to submit your preferences as many times as you find necessary.


Once we receive your form submission, we will promptly review your preferences and reach out to you with our ideas on how to integrate them into your project. We appreciate your collaboration in creating a container garden that aligns with your vision.

Plant Preferences

  • Annuals: Plants that complete their life cycle in one growing season, from seed to flower to seed, and then die. They need to be replanted each year.

  • Perennials: Plants that live for more than two years, typically flowering annually after their first growing season.

  • Shrubs: Woody plants smaller than trees, with multiple stems and a height typically under 6 meters.

  • Flowering Plants: Plants that produce flowers as part of their reproductive cycle. The blooms can be of various sizes, colors, and fragrances.

  • Foliage: The leaves of a plant or tree, which can vary widely in shape, size, and color. Foliage plants are often chosen for the beauty of their leaves.

  • Edibles: Plants that produce fruits, vegetables, or herbs that can be consumed by humans.

  • Succulents: Plants with thick, fleshy parts adapted to store water, perfect for dry climates or indoor settings where moisture is limited.

Design Preferences: Container Garden Style

  • Modern or Contemporary: Characterized by clean lines, minimalistic layouts, and a preference for new and innovative designs over traditional styles.

  • Classic or Traditional: Involves timeless designs that might include symmetrical planting, classic plant varieties, and often formal garden structures.

  • Rustic or Country: A style that often includes natural materials, like untreated wood and stone, and a casual, informal planting approach.

  • Tropical: A garden style that incorporates plants with large, lush foliage and bright flowers to create a warm, humid, jungle-like feel.

  • Mediterranean: Inspired by the coastal regions of Spain, Italy, and Greece, this style features terracotta pots, citrus trees, and drought-tolerant herbs.

  • Zen or Buddha Garden: A style that induces tranquility through minimalist design, often incorporating elements of stone, water features, and moss.

  • English Cottage: A charming, romantic garden style with an abundance of flowers, informal design, and dense plantings.

  • Vertical Garden: Utilizes vertical space with climbing plants, wall planters, or green walls, perfect for urban settings with limited horizontal space.

  • Edible Garden: Focuses on growing vegetables, herbs, and fruit-bearing plants, often in a way that combines productivity with aesthetic appeal.

  • Fairy or Tiny Garden: A whimsical style that creates a miniature landscape, complete with small plants and often miniature accessories or figurines.

  • Desert Succulent Garden: A dry-climate garden that features cacti and other succulents that require minimal water.

  • Balcony Garden: A style tailored for balcony spaces, often incorporating container gardening to make the most of limited outdoor space.

  • Seasonal Display: Gardens that change with the seasons, often featuring plants that are at their peak at different times of the year.

  • Bohemian or Boho Chic: An eclectic and artistic garden style, often with a mix of plant types, vibrant colors, and varied textures.

  • Formal: A garden with a structured design, often symmetrical, with neatly pruned plants and possibly incorporating elements of topiary.

Design Preferences: Design Element Additions

  • Vertical Garden: A garden that grows upwards using a wall or a structure with integrated plant spaces, saving horizontal space.

  • Garden Sculptures: Artistic features made of materials like stone, metal, or wood, added to enhance the aesthetic of the garden space.

  • Additional Containers: Extra pots or planters that complement the existing ones, for expanding plant variety or quantity.

  • Hanging Planters: Pots or baskets suspended from the ceiling or wall brackets, ideal for adding greenery without using floor space.

  • Trellises or Support Structures: Frameworks used to support climbing plants or vines, adding height and dimension to the garden.

  • Lighting Fixtures: Outdoor lights that can highlight plants and features, extend viewing times, and improve garden safety.

  • Paving or Stepping Stones: Flat stones or concrete pieces laid out to create a path through or around the garden.

  • Living Walls: Vertical structures that are densely planted with a variety of plants, creating a living piece of art.

  • Seating or Furniture: Benches, chairs, or tables placed within or around the garden for relaxation and enjoyment of the space.

  • Seasonal Decorations: Decorative items that reflect the current season or upcoming holidays, which can be swapped out accordingly.

  • Mulch or Pebble Top Dressing: Materials spread over the soil surface for aesthetic appeal, moisture retention, and weed control.

  • Custom Planters: Specially designed containers that fit the unique specifications or themes of the garden.

  • Moss or Lichen Details: Incorporation of mosses or lichens for a touch of forest-like natural beauty and texture.

  • Themed Decoration: Decorative elements that adhere to a specific theme or style, creating a cohesive look throughout the garden.

Maintenance Preferences

  • Low Maintenance: Plants and design choices that require minimal care, such as occasional watering and pruning. Ideal for those with limited time or who prefer a more hands-off approach.

  • Moderately Low Maintenance: A garden that needs some regular attention but is designed to not be overly demanding, including basic watering, periodic pruning, and occasional feeding.

  • Moderate Maintenance: This level involves a balanced approach to gardening, with regular upkeep like consistent watering, routine pruning, and feeding to ensure plant health.

  • Moderately High Maintenance: More attention to detail is needed for this level, with frequent care such as regular watering, systematic pruning, feeding, and monitoring for pests and diseases.

  • High Maintenance: Requires a dedicated and active approach to gardening, with daily or weekly tasks such as detailed pruning, specialized feeding, regular pest control, and possibly replanting or refreshing displays often. Suitable for avid gardeners who enjoy spending time tending to their plants.

Plant Preferences
Design Preferences: Container Garden Style
Design Preferences: Design Element Additions
Maintenance Preferences
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