View an introduction to the PlantingPlanner
Save time, save money, save effort
Creates stylish planting schemes with stunning year-round impact.
Low-maintenance, contemporary, family, wildlife, etc. - the choice is yours!
Inspiring photographs and full cultivation/maintenance advice.
An introduction to the PlantingPlanner
Simple, interactive screens guide you through your options – choose colour, mood and style.
The Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner generates stunning planting plans for your flower beds, uniquely tailored for your garden’s conditions.
New to gardening? The PlantingPlanner holds your hand through the whole planning and planting process.
For the experienced gardener it provides new inspiration and up-to-the-minute plant choices.
Perfect for a small garden design – or creating planting plans for the flower beds of a stately home.
Outside the UK? Click here for more information.
Your individualised plan comes with full cultivation and maintenance advice.
Detailed plant information and photographs help you to visualise the final plan.
specifically aimed at
UK plants and planting.
easy to use and would recommend it to
Alan T H
“Outstanding program for the amateur gardener and pro alike”
“We really, really like
a great value product as
it has saved us so much
time when designing plans for clients”
C & R
“First rate program for
any horticulturist or just
the weekend gardener…
perfect results from
a mansion house to
a back yard”
set up and use and works
“Excellent product with detailed information about the plants”
Yes, of course, you can do all the research yourself – study the Plant Encyclopaedias, find plants to suit your conditions, work out how best to combine them for year round interest in your garden borders, look up how to maintain them….
But if you’re short of time, need a helping hand or just want to be out there with a trowel in your hand, the Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner will do it all for you in minutes.
Impulse buys can be expensive, especially if you find that your beautiful new plants curl up and die when they see their new home, or freeze to death after the first winter.
Save money by buying plants which you know will thrive in the conditions of your own garden. The Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner will draw up a shopping list of plants ideally suited to your borders.
Create a new plan whenever you want - find fresh garden design ideas.
Tackle new flower beds whenever you’re ready.
The Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner will generate as many plans as you need – time after time……
The Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner is a unique, new type of garden design software. It is smart software - it asks you about your preferences for a border and then, using built-in intelligent logic, it generates a stunning, bespoke planting plan, tailored for your garden’s growing conditions and your choice of colour and style.
Be creative - interactive features allow you to adapt the generated plans - for example, substituting plants you don’t like with suggestions from the built-in encyclopaedia, or “locking” plants in position so that they remain in place when you re-generate the plan.
Create beautiful new flower beds with year-round interest - or revamp old garden borders with striking new planting ideas.
Each plan comes with full cultivation and maintenance advice. For less experienced gardeners there is built-in help and advice that will guild them through every stage of creating a garden border - from how to determine the type of soil to pruning and maintenance tasks.
The Weatherstaff PlantingPlanner
is a horticultural expert and
rolled into one.
Minimum: 1024 x 768.
1280 x 1024 or greater.
Mac users click here to see how you can run the PlantingPlanner on your Mac.
Creating a successful planting design for your garden borders can involve hours of decision-making. I know – I’ve put those hours in and scrawled lists of plants on countless sheets of paper and backs of envelopes.
The first step is to know your garden...
Check out which areas of the garden catch the sun and at what time of day. In other words, where’s the best place to drink your morning coffee? And is it the same for your afternoon tea?
Know where the wind whips through, creating draughty corridors and which parts still have frost on the ground long after the rest of the garden has warmed up.