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Components of Flower Garden Landscaping

 


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When it comes to flower garden landscaping you want to make sure you create a beautiful place for you to enjoy not to mention a place that visitors will brag on! There are several components of flower garden landscaping that are considered very important and then there are others that are simply up to your personal discretion. However, we will discuss some of the important elements in order to ensure that you create the most beautiful garden for yourself.

Some of the most important elements of landscape design include color, form, line, scale, and texture. This might just sound like a whole lot of words to you but they actually serve a purpose when it comes to landscape design.

First of all, color is important because you need plants and flowers of various colors that are also complementary. You want to plant them in a complementary way as well which takes some thought and planning. Landscaping a beautiful garden is very much like painting a painting. It takes thought, planning, and forethought to create the beautiful garden.

Form is also important and it is regulated by the way a tree or plant branches out as well as the shape of the leaf. The form of the plants will determine where you plant certain trees, shrubs, and flowers and also where you plant others. You must come up with a plan to plant them in a way that is complementary and beautiful. For instance, you could have vinyl fencing around your garden and since this provides a high backdrop for your garden you will be able to use trees and shrubs that are taller in some areas.

Vinyl fences also come into play some when you consider the line of the garden. This includes the horizontal and vertical planes and how and where everything I planted. You want the eye to flow naturally over the garden so the line of the garden should flow in a natural pattern.

Scale really just refers to the size of the plants and flowers in relationship to the garden, fences, and other parts of the landscape and softscape. Texture relates to how someone might perceive the way a plant feels from the way it looks. This is pretty subjective, but it is part of landscape design.

When you figure out what all this means in relation to your own garden then you will be able to move on to some other design features like using concrete brick pavers to create a walkway. Interlocking pavers are also great because they just lock together and make it easy to create a path. These are just some of the basics of flower garden landscaping. You can learn more on the Internet or from a specialized book.

Caitlina Fuller is a freelance writer. When you figure out what all this means in relation to your own garden then you will be able to move on to some other design features like using concrete brick pavers to create a walkway. You can learn more on the Internet or from a specialized book. Interlocking pavers are also great because they just lock together and make it easy to create a path.

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