gCADPlus (aka GardenCAD Plus) software is used to produce landscape CAD drawings such as those shown below. Click on the image to view a PDF file showing the design.
Download gCADPlus now and give it a try - it's a quick install and we do not ask for your contact details or hassle you in any way.
No annual license fee, free upgrades - gCADPlus normally costs $AUD 325.00 ($USD 275.00). Limited time offer - get gCADPlus for $99.50 [$USD 75.00] using discount code Burnley on the shop page of this web site. All funds raised from sales are used to add new features to gCADPlus.
gCADPlus runs well on Macs
How to use gCADPlus - a series of 'how to' movies showing how to create a complete design.
"For the solo garden designer or small landscape design-build firm like mine, no other landscape cad-design package offers so many features in such a solid package for such a small cost. For small companies like ours, spending $2,000+ on design software doesn’t make sense, especially when that software comes with additional yearly or monthly maintenance fees that add hundreds of dollars more per year to that cost. Chris M - The GreenMan, Florida USA"
"Botanica Garden Styling is a boutique landscape architecture business in Melbourne. In the past, plans were hand drawn and CAD work outsourced when required ... until we discovered gCAD Plus. Admittedly, we were slightly nervous about picking up this new skill, but having a program that is specifically tailored for garden design work is fantastic. For what you get, the program is excellent value and the support is second to none. I regularly contact Keith with queries and in no time at all he has created a video and put it on Facebook for all of us to learn from. The tutorials are excellent and we have basically gone from no knowledge of drawing or design programs to star pupils. We probably haven’t touched the sides of what the program offers, but within quite a short period of time have mastered the basics and can produce accurate, attractive and useful plans for clients and landscapers for quoting purposes."