Modern landscape design of the site increasingly refers to the origins and use of natural materials as a composite center.
And this is not surprising, as the abundance of artificial surfaces and the growing urbanization puts at risk natural and natural solutions.
A great example of gardens that are a manifestation of respect for nature, are the areas decorated in the Japanese style. In the East, natural materials are deified, while nature itself is a cult of worship.
If we talk about the elements that are most often used in Japanese gardens, it is worth noting the stone. A distinctive feature of the Eastern gardens is the recreation of mountain mounds, compositions that combine stones and flowers. Continue reading
One of the brightest representatives of monocultural gardens is Heather. As a rule, this direction involves the use of not only Heather, but also Erica.
An interesting fact is that the Heather has only one species. Nevertheless, gardening of personal plots does not bypass this plant, actively using it as an additional element or as the composite center.
In the case of monocultural gardens, Heather is the basis of landscaping. Despite the fact that there is only one type of Heather, there are a sufficient number of varieties. They differ from each other in the color of the petals, leaf shape, flowering period. Continue reading