Landscaping can be described as the addition of the aesthetic appearance of your lawn by adding ornamental features, changing the contours, and putting some plants in the area.


With enough research and collaboration if needed with another Mansfield Tree Removal designer, you can create something beautiful to a piece of land and make your ideas into a reality.


It is advisable for landscape designer at to be aware of the characteristics of the land you will beautify, and be mindful of the plants you will be planting on the area in relation to the changing seasons of the environment your land is in. After experiencing to be a landscaper, some would say that they grew into confident persons and as a landscaper. It is better that if you choose to landscape your own yard, that you create something out of love of the project.


Be aware that there are some basic elements to follow if you are starting your own landscape design.


 Your first guideline in your landscape design process is to note down the elements that could affect your landscaping space, such as the size of the area to work on, the contour of the land, the type of soil of the land, and the features present already for your consideration when working on the area.


Your next step is to sit down and draw a rough plan of the area and input the features that are fixed on the area such as manholes, etc. A scaled map is advisable to have, may not be fancy but that would make your work easy to follow for the whole idea of the landscape design.


When you have finished your basic plan, produce some copies of it, and proceed organizing your plants and hardscape materials. The features of landscaping would cover the line, form, color, texture and visual weight of the design.


As far as the arrangement and organization of the features, there are some guiding principles to create the beautiful landscape. These principles are to be understood with their meanings, like proportion which is about knowing how your plants will grow in the future, order by remembering its size and contour, repetition which is knowing how large or small the present features will cover the area, and unity which is about how plants and present features will coordinate together.



After understanding the principles and elements that cover the basic foundation of designing a landscape, you will now proceed to put into a drawing or sketch your ideas and create them into a real vision of beauty.