Landscape Gardening

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Landscape is often compared to painting a picture. Your art teacher must have told you that good painting should be the main concern, and the other point is just to make the central idea more beautiful or to improve it. In landscape gardens, the gardener must have a picture of what he wants as a whole when he has finished his work.

From this research we can develop a small theory of landscape gardening.

Let’s go to the grass A good grass surface is always good. It is quiet and gives the impression of space even in a small area. So we can summarize and say that it is good to keep open space for grass. When someone covered his yard with many trees, here and there with a small flower bed, the overall effect was torn and cranky. He looks like a man in disguise. Human reason does not lose the individuality that is treated this way. Trees or small groups are not bad grass arrangements. Do not center the tree or trees. Let them leave a little in the background.

Perform good side functions from them. There are several things to consider when choosing a tree. You don’t have to choose an irresistible tree; The tree must be in good condition and has something that is attractive to the skin, leaves, flowers or fruit. When poplars grow rapidly, they leave their leaves early and remain naked and ugly before they grow old. Remember there are places where Lombardy poplar single or double rows are very effective. But I think you will agree that a lonely poplar is not. Catalpa is pretty good.

Landscape Gardening

The leaves are wide, the flowers attractive, and the seed pods, which stick to the tree until winter, give a small picture of elasticity. Bright fruits of ash, glittering greens of sugar maples, tulips, white birch bark and copper beech leaves – these are beauty points to be reckoned with.

That place makes a difference in the choice of wood. Assuming the bottom of the base is rather low and humid, this space is ideal for pasture. Don’t group trees that look uncomfortable. Long-looking poplar doesn’t match the nice and rather round little tulip tree. Juniper, so clean and rough, looks ridiculous to the point of being chestnut. You must consider the relationship and suitability.

I would not recommend planting a bunch of vegetables near the house and in the front yard. The effect is really very dark. The houses around it are filled with such trees and are not only gloomy but also very unhealthy. The mainstay at home is sunshine and plenty.

Just as a tree is chosen for certain good points, so does a bush. At the bump I want some to bloom early, others to bloom late, some for the beauty of their fall, some for their skin color, and others for fruit. Some spirea and forsythia bloom early. Red dogwood skin does not color much during the winter, and red barberries stick well to the bushes in winter.

Certain bushes work well for fences. Hedging is usually better than a fence. California habits are very good for this purpose. Orange, Japanese barberry, sea buckthorn, Japanese quince, and Van Hout Spirea are other shrubs that form a good fence.

I forgot to say that when choosing trees and shrubs it’s usually better to choose the one from the area where they live. Unusual and unfamiliar plants are less harmonious and often out of harmony with their new environment.

Landscape gardens can follow many formal or informal paths. The first will have a straight line, a straight line in a stiff bed, everything, as the name suggests, is fully official. Other methods are of course the opposite. There are some dangerous points for everyone.

Formal agreements may seem too tight; informal, too vain, too vague. Pay attention to the road that the road must always go somewhere. It is his duty to guide you to a certain place. Well, even paths are unsatisfactory if the effect is formal gardens. The danger along the curve is a sharp curve, whirlwind effect. It’s far better to stay on the straight path unless you can make a very good curve. Nobody can tell you how to do it.

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The park path can consist of gravel, soil or grass. You can see grass paths in some very nice parks. However, I doubt they will serve very well in your small garden. Their park area is very limited so they must be directed at any time of the year, and the grassy paths are a major effort in this work.

Of course, the gravel road looks good, but even here you might not have gravel on your order. It is possible for each of you to dig a path on two legs. Then insert a six inch stone or clinker. Pack the dirt on it by rounding it gently toward the center of the hall. There should never be a dent in the middle of the alley, because this is a convenient place for standing water. The natural drainage system is made under a layer of stone.

The building often needs the help of wine or flowers, or both, to attach it to the foundation so as to create a harmonious whole. Vines work well for this job. It’s better to grow perennial grapes, so let them be an integral part of your landscape plan. Virginia creeper, wistaria, honeysuckle, climbing rose, clematis, and trumpet vine are the most satisfying.

Close your eyes and imagine a house with natural colors painted gray on hanging shingles. Now add the purple Wistar to this old house. Can you see its beauty? I will not soon forget the ugly corner of my parents’ house where the dining room and kitchen meet. There he climbed and fell on the pergola, the trumpet vine. This makes a nice uncomfortable angle, a bad part of carpentry.

Of course, a winch is an annual grape as well as moon grapes and wild cucumbers. Now they have their own special functions. It is often necessary to cover up something bad only temporarily, until better things and better times come. The yearbook is the “head” for this work.

Along the old fence, hop vine is a good thing. You can try to compete with the landscape in the forest. You can often see Ampelopsis grapes surrounded by rotten trees next to the others.

Flowers can also be along the side of the building or a walk. However, generally keep the front yard open and uninterrupted from the bed. What can be better in spring than narcissist beds near the house? Hyacinths and tulips also form glowing flames. It’s little or nothing to worry about and start spring properly.

Someone can make an exclusion light bulb for uncut page rules. Snow drops and crocus planted through grass are very beautiful. They do not interfere with the overall effect, but only mix it with the whole. An experienced onion gardener said he had to take a basket of onions in the fall, walk around the fields, and drop the onions here and there. Wherever the bulbs are planted, plant them. Small onions like the one we planted in the yard must be in groups of four to six people. In this way, lilies can be planted. They all remembered the hyacinth grapes that grew all over Katarina’s side yard.

Space for a flower garden is usually on the side or back of the house. Backyard garden is a great idea, right? Who wants to leave the beautiful outdoor garden, turn around the corner and find a trash can? Not me. The flower garden can be formally placed in a neat little bed or it can become careless, battered or falling. They both have good points. Large attractive flower table.

You need to have an idea of ​​the color mix. It seems that nature doesn’t do this at all and still has a big impact. This is because of the large number of perfect green backgrounds and infinite space, while at best we are closed in a relatively small area. So we must try not to blind people with color collisions that are not close together and mix well. To penetrate the extreme colors, you can always use a table with white flowers or something like a waitress who is actually green.

Finally, let’s conclude our landscape lesson. This site is a background for a house or building. Open, free space for grass, trees or well-placed groups, flowers that do not accumulate in front of the yard, bush groups, these are points that must be kept in mind. The road must go somewhere and be straight or curved properly. When starting with a formal garden, you don’t have to mix informally with it until the work is done.

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