Woody plants comprise the building blocks of any landscape design. They function in a variety of ways – framing views, directing the eye, providing privacy and sanctuary for wildlife. Choosing the most effective specimens and knowing how to put them together in a pleasing design is no day at the beach!
This slide lecture breaks it down into manageable pieces – providing examples of shapes, foliage, texture, and flowers. Principles that govern your design are illustrated in a variety of gardens so that you can learn to create effective, dynamic combinations. You’ll find out how to make a plan, avoid planting mistakes and create an enduring sustainable landscape.