Landscaping activities involve the planning, preparing, taking care and maintaining the outdoor features of a place.
The most fundamental activity undertaken during landscaping is planning. The planning process is done by a landscaping service provider. During this process, the landscaper evaluates the available land. They assess the shape of the area, essential features like pathways and the purpose of the yard. The landscaper assesses the theme of the yard and the available space. The landscaping planer puts down their plan on a piece of paper. Finally, the landscaper makes their recommendations on the type of plants which best fit in their design.
Before planting, the landscaper should take into consideration the drainage of the soil. Loam and sandy soils are preferred for wholesome landscapes. If the type of soil falls under the different kinds of clay soils, the landscaper needs to improve the drainage by applying sand or using chemicals to increase the drainage of the earth. The garden landscaper should plant during the summer season because during this season, there is plenty of sunlight and they can control the amount of water in the yard.
The most crucial process in landscaping is maintenance because it takes an extended period. The garden designers recommend the frequency of lawn maintenance depending on the type of vegetation planted. Maintenance has two broad and essential activities the weeding and pruning. Weeding is done according to the frequency in which unwanted vegetation grows in the landscaped yard. Pruning is done per the nature of plants in the yard. Some plants grow unwanted vegetation faster than others.
Managing and handling tools
Different landscaping tools are used depending on the types of plants they are sustaining. The tools used in a field are different from the tools used in an office lawn. Always use the advice of the garden designer on the types of tools to use for your landscaped land. Before using any tool, be sure that you are fully aware of how the tool is used. When handling tools, avoid improvising because this can destroy your landscaped land.
Consider the nature of the plants in your land, whether they grow up or wide and leave enough space for their expansion. Consider the scent of the flowers in your property and consider if they can attract dangerous insects like bees. Leave enough space for walkways.