By Arabella Krämer. garden idea. Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 02:21:00 AM.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to try growing fruit and vegetables in your garden. With a bit of preparation, you will be well on your way to growing plants you can eat. How good will the tomatoes, raspberries, potatoes, strawberries and whatever else you decide to grow taste?
The quality of programs varies depending on how much you are willing to spend on them. There are plenty of free programs available from the internet. Although basic in presentation, these do enough to give an idea of what a garden will look like. As you go up in monetary cost, the programs quality and options increase. Some of the most advanced programs will even be able to calculate the cost of your gardening ideas.
The obvious thing to do is to plan based on your garden size. Traditionally this was done through the use of graph (or grid) paper and a pencil; today, technology is offering a helping hand. There are many programs now available that will help a gardener to come up with a look for their garden that will incorporate all of their gardening ideas. These programs allow a garden of any size to be planned. Water features, plants, lawns and rockeries can not only be shown in the plans, but also in 3D. This allows a gardener to view their garden plans and what it would look like in real life.
Another special style element in our Japanese garden is empty space, it may sound strange but this space is one of the most important style elements that this type of garden has. It is one of the traditions you can follow when you decide to do your own design. The empty space forms a retreat to all the beauty of the trees, plants and other elements, it reminds you of what you have missed and what you have found. These are just those elements what people need to learn to understand before they can fully appreciate the Japanese style garden.
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