Landscape architecture is the act of designing your outdoor environment. It can require a lot of hard work, and applies to not only public spaces like parks, but also to personal residential landscapes. That’s because landscape architecture not only establishes the overall design of an outdoor space, but it also delineates a purpose for each part of that space.
If you’ve never tried your hand at landscape architecture, now is the time to try it, or even to bring in a horticulture expert to advise you on how you might begin such a project. While it can be intimidating to initiate a landscape architecture project, you already have the base knowledge you need to make your future design work for you or have a productive consult with a seasoned professional: an in-depth understanding of how you will use your outdoor space from season to season and year to year.
There is no one right way to create an attractive landscape design. Design plans will vary depending upon the environment of the property. An urban location is unlikely to share the same landscape design as a lush garden, estate, business, or residence. These are both likely to differ from an area located in a more arid or mountainous climate.
Landscape architecture is both an art and a science, and a professional trained in horticulture and design can provide you with the best result for your investment or even just a good starting point for your personal project. If you think you might be ready to start investing more in your outdoor space, give the experts at Hill Horticulture a call and let them know your needs so that they can work toward making your landscape dreams a reality.
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