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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.

If areas of unsightly utility are visible from the house or patio, a protective wall or hedge may be required (Figure 19 - 41). Do not forget to eliminate the unsightly areas of neighbors. Figure 19 - 35. A bubble chart allows you to freely define the activities and the flow of traffic in a landscape. Figure 19 - 36. The arbor and low-growing heath are inviting features leading visitors directly to the front door on this pavement. Figure 19 - 37.

Determine where you want to place your plants and shrubs in relation to the shape and style of your home. Examine ways to bring out the interior so that when you finish, you have a nice and harmonious design. Remember to consider your budget and when you reach the daycare, stick to it. If you follow the plan, you (and your landscape) will harvest the fruits. Part of planning a garden is also planning the time to maintain it. Prepare a maintenance program and stick to it. Garden beds should be weeded at least once or twice a month, at a minimum. If you do not have time to take care of your garden, make sure you have enough money to pay someone to do it.

If trees are desired near the structure of the house, choose a tree with a small canopy at full growth so that the branches do not interfere with the porch or roof. Placing tall trees in the yard and medium or small trees on the sides and front makes the house stand out (Figure 19-37). The dogwood (Cornus florida), the Japanese flowering apricot (Prunus mume), the Japanese maple (Acer palmatum), the eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis), the deaf wood (Oxydendron arboretum) and the lettuce (Amelanchier) are examples of small trees in the canopy.

Learn more about the design process for architecture, interiors, and landscape architecture for our most recent project, the Oldfield House. This home is an urban homestead inspired by the…

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