Published at Sunday, April 08th 2018. by Fern Roberts in Front Yard.
The first American professional landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead Sr. was responsible for construction of the new Central Park (NY) in 1857. The project was resumed after the Civil War along with new ones in Brooklyn, N.Y.; New Britain, Connecticut; San Francisco, California; Chicago, Illinois and across America. With the success of these ventures and the growing popularity of constructed park cemeteries, the landscape gardener was beginning to be referred to as a landscape architect. Schools and colleges across the country pitched in, offering professional degrees in landscape architecture to budding landscape architects. Landscape architecture is now recognized by the International Labor Organization and is represented by the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA).
These are some of the garden design ideas. The ideas above can be used to create the ideal environment for a small garden but that does not mean why you should not use your own ideas. You can also seek professional help for better small garden design ideas to help you out with the setting of your garden.
* You have to limit your selection of colour of blooms. Do not create the plot too busy with shiny colour, stick to pastels as that will create your plot look bigger than to it is.
Enlisting the services of a landscape professional can create pockets of interest for the eyes of home dwellers and guests. If you are keen on using a landscaper to design your yard and create a garden that has a very natural, informal look and relaxing ambience, it may be worth the investment but beforehand, think about how you really want to use or benefit from your outdoor space.
Having a well-manicured lawn or garden with all the designs elements in place can be achieved by using a landscaper to design your yard. Yes, your backyard can feel like a little piece of paradise, especially for your stressed out soul, if it is abloom with flowers or thriving with healthy plants.
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