Smaller Garden Design And Style: What You Must Do

February 4, 2018 @ 7:39 am

Use timers or switches to conserve energy. It does not make much sense to keep the lights on during the day. This can be just a plain waste of energy and money. Instead of running the risk of just leaving them on, either hook them up to timers that are light sensitive or use an easy-to-reach switch. Just make sure if the switch is used that it’s turned off when the lights really don’t need to be used.

Learning the seven most important garden design principles first will enable you to use garden design software as the tool that it was designed to be.

If growing them by seed, place one seed into each cell of the punned and transplant only after the second set of leaves are well grown and the plants are about 0.5 to 1 Inch high. The first leaves are not true leaves, but like many other plants are the seed leaves and bear no resemblance to the shape of the true leaves. The second set of leaves will have the true shape, though they will be miniatures at first.

Before you start applying these principles, it is important to have good idea of the type and style of garden you want to achieve. For inspiration, look at plenty of pictures in magazines or online, making a note of things you like and things you don’t. This will help you to narrow down what you really want in your own garden.

As we talked about her project I pointed out that we now had four colors in her plan and that we needed to repeat them throughout the design to create some balance. Remember, balance and repetition are principles of landscaping. She questionably stated that we only had three colors in her design.

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Some of them are sent as a gift, normally in the Mystery Gift box. You can also buy them using coins and they range from the cheapest, the Horse Topiary which costs 100 coins to the most expensive, the Buffalo Topiary which costs 5,500 coins. There are three topiaries that can only be bought with FV cash and they are the sheep (5FV), the Llama (10FV) and the Flamingo Topiary (15FV).

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