5 elements of Landscaper Design

landscaper design color & patterns

Landscaper Color - Using a complementing color scheme throughout your yard is an overall MUST! Landscaper design color theory is not to be neglected. For the typical application of landscape color theory,photos of colorful flowers are immensely helpful. Pacific Landscapes will provide both in a Landscape presentation. Landscape contractors in Roseville should give you ideas for using reds, pinks, yellows, blues, purples, lavenders, oranges, whites and silvers in your landscaper designs. You may wish to skip directly to the Landscape Garden page if you are already familiar with color theory.

Landscaper Patterns

Successful gardens are designed and planted according to patterns, and each pattern is based on principles of landscaper design, which are common to all the arts: unity, coherence, and balance. Landscape designed gardens may be classified as formal and informal, conventional or naturalistic, geometric or of free form. Some other patterns can be classifies as linear. Linear landscaper design patterns are used to direct physical movement and to draw attention to areas in your garden.

Landscaper design forms & Texture

There are many different forms of landscaper design. We will mention some forms of landscaper design however if you ave any question's please let us know.  Forms of landscape can be expressed through trees and shrubs, hardscapes, Poolscapes, water features or  various shapes and sizes of wildlife.

Landscaper Texture: In landscape design terminology, texture is the perceived surface quality of an object. The texture of a plant's foliage or bloom can be perceived as coarse, medium or fine. In our landscape design  photo gallery we provide examples of mix plants with relatively big leaves (coarse texture) and relatively small leaves (fine texture) to avoid monotony in a planting bed. Plants with varying textures can add to the atmosphere of your outdoor area.



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