Planning Your Landscaping
Other factors that may determine the types of trees and shrubs you use include the types of animals you have in your yard, whether it be pets or pests, as well as the amount of maintenance work you are willing to do. Certain shrubbery requires more maintenance than other types, which is something to be mindful of when planning your landscaping.
Flowers and Beds
Flower choices should come down to several factors, such as personal style, soil quality, and survivability. Not all flowers will survive in any soil. You and your landscaper should discuss the types of flowers that would work best with your lawn throughout the year. Make sure you share your preferences and ideas with your landscaper. This way, he or she may provide you with the options available that will fit your aesthetic as well as your lawn.
Ultimately, planning your landscaping – whether it be for your home, office, or commercial property – is a personal choice that should also be guided by science. Your landscape artist should be able to provide you with enough information to make sure your vision is able to come to life. If your vision needs to be tweaked, your landscape artist should be willing and able to direct you to make the best choices for your lawn.
To learn more about planning your landscaping, contact the experts at Green & Black, LLC at (651) 356-9193. Their landscape artists will be happy to help you design your perfect yard.