Easily create metal, vinyl, wood or diamond mesh wall closes. Add patios and aisles by simply drawing their shape and choosing a material. Add realistic paths, hedges, rockeries and more. Many types of detailed fences are available in a wide variety of materials. Add detailed fence fences for improved realism. Patios of any shape and size can be added. Belgard and Unilock materials are included. Have a custom pavement? Import your own from a photo using the wizard. Create alleyways for your landscaping of any shape and size. Includes detailed 3D cars, mailboxes and other items. Inclined and flat aisles are supported.
Figure 19-27. A plot plan shows the property lines, the utility easements, and the layout of the house. A parcel plan must also contain a ladder, a north arrow and the address of the property. Figure 19 - 28. All symbols can be used on a parcel plan, these are some options. Figure 19-29. Existing features on the property, including plants, hardscape elements, topography and features to be considered, such as drainage and the view of the house from Neighbour. Figure 19 - 30. It is free to have marked utility lines. Call 811 before any excavation. Figure 19 - 31. These raised beds had to be moved because they were planted in the right-of-way.
You can move them to highlight different parts of your garden, and it's easy to change container gardens each season to get a different look. Our eyes are attracted by color and a lot of carePeople stop there. But it's easier than you think to add a layer of interest to your garden by incorporating the texture. I love this idea of landscaping, with its tidy mounds of blue fescue, punctuated by a pyramid of blue Colorado pinnacle black dwarf pine. A variegated yucca in pot repeats the texture of the grass and adds a new color.
A level two route has only three lanes in each direction. A level three highway has two lanes in each direction, and a level four highway may have a single lane in one direction. By developing a hierarchy of land uses within a landscape, different landscape elements can be adapted to different activities and create different landscapes. different experiences. For example, a level one path at the front of the house should be scaled to accommodate at least two people (4½ to 5 feet wide). As paths connect, their size should gradually decrease. Therefore, all paths that connect to the main entrance must be level two (2½ to 3 feet wide).
Basic green technologies such as smart tree placement and green roofs and walls can be used to dramatically reduce energy consumption inside homes. If the trees are strategically placed, they can reduce the energy needs of cooling by 7 to 47% during the summer and from 2 to 8% the heating needs in the winter. (Sources: Washington Post and Reducing Urban Heat Islands: Compendium of Strategies, Trees and Vegetation, USEPA) In addition, well-designed residential green roofs, which are becoming increasingly popular in some parts of the world, can reduce energy consumption in the summer. and winter.