New Gardening Design Tool for Custom Gardens

Two professional garden designers spent three years deconstructing the garden design process and reassembling it as a software program called Garden Logic.

If you’ve ever stood in front of a garden bed and wished you had the help of a professional garden designer, help is on the way.

The new gardening design tool called Garden Logic takes the guesswork out of creating your own flower garden designs. This online garden design program helps gardeners in Zones 4 through 8 design beautiful, customized gardens for their landscapes.

Two professional garden designers, Jayme Mullaney and Mary Ann Newcomer, are the masterminds behind this software program.

The key component is the design wizard that generates reasonably-priced professional garden designs. Gardeners can create garden plans and plant lists for any location, exposure, size, shape, or color scheme at one low price (a monthly fee of $9.99  or a $49.99 annual fee).

Garden Logic leads gardeners through the design process by asking questions to determine the new garden’s regional zone hardiness rating. It follows with guided selections on the amount of sun or shade available, and the size and shape of the garden.

Best of all, the program offers an option for choosing a favorite color scheme, and then instantly creates a full-color, beautifully illustrated design and separate planting plan.

The website also includes advice and ideas to get home gardeners started. This includes general gardening, design, and plant information as well as free downloadable designs.


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I just saw your posting about our website and just wanted to thank you for your kind and generous endorsement. Please contact me directly for a pass code to try it out for free.
Thanks again!

Great to hear from you Jayme–I just may take you up on your nice offer!


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What a great idea! Thanks for sharing something so simple, but so handy and helpful.

Really appreciate you adding it to the conversation.


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