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Residential Landscape Design

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Residential Landscape Design

Enhance your earnings and marketability by adding this certificate to your training portfolio. This program will introduce the theory and concepts of successful landscape design for residential properties while teaching you the critical aspects of design necessary to prepare a basic residential landscape plan. A class field trip to a commercial nursery is included. Registration More Information and Registration Prerequisite High school diploma or equivalent, completion of our Basic Skills Assessment and submission of the Program Application. Working knowledge of computers and access to a computer and the Internet are required. The Basic Skills Assessment and Program Application are located online. The instructions are here. You will be directed to the program application after completing the skills assessment. What You’ll Learn Study of the Element of Design Color and texture Form and scale Relationships to the sun (sun/shade) Plant sizes at installation and later at maturity The business side of design Maintenance issues with residential landscapes (turf grasses, diseases and bug) Bed and soil preparation Irrigation and lighting Hardscapes (walk ways, patios and ponds) Construction methods Acquire Critical Training Skills Perform a needs analysis of the residential landscape opportunity. Select appropriate plant material for design implementation. Create a design that represents the goals of the homeowner, is aesthetically pleasing and includes the elements of good design principles. Learn from an Expert Instructor John Barry has completed more than 18,000 design plans since launching his own career as a landscape architect in 1977. Who Should Enroll Landscapers Homeowners Nursery professionals Horticulture professionals Master Gardeners Financing Options Interest-free payment plans available on a case-by-case basis VA Education Benefits WIOA funding Continuing education loans
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Residential Landscape Design

All Professionals / Dallas Metro Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers clear all 351 Dallas Landscape Architects and DesignersProfessional landscaping anchors a house to the site, connects it with the environment and creates a welcoming entrance to a home. A landscape architect or designer works with living plants as well as building materials to design for future growth and maintenance as well as the present visual appeal. Landscape architecture is very regional, so look for a landscape designer in Dallas that’s familiar with the local climate and plant types that do well there. Start here to learn more about the landscaping services in Dallas that will help create your dream garden. More
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Residential Landscape Design

The Design Process Initial phone call from the designerOne of our designers will call you to schedule a time to meet with you at your home. The designer will also ask you some questions to better understand your needs, objectives, and the scope of what you want to accomplish. The designer will also provide you with an estimate of the design fee. Meeting at your homeThe designer will walk your property, asking you some additional questions and taking notes that will be used in developing your design. The designer will also discuss your anticipated budget and complete a site survey. The site survey consists of taking measurements and possibly photographs that facilitate developing an accurate plan. At this time you will asked to pay for the design so that the designer can complete your landscape plan. Developing the planDepending on the complexity of the plan, the designer may be able to draw the plan while still at the property or it may take several days or weeks to complete. The plan will be a scaled drawing showing the type and location of the plants and other landscape features. The plan will either be sent or dropped off to you. Once you review the plan, the designer will answer questions you might have. Generally most designers will make one revision to the plan as part of the original design fee. If desired you will also be provided with an estimate of what it would cost to have Oakland install the landscape.

Residential Landscape Design

Professional landscaping anchors a house to the site, connects it with the environment and creates a welcoming entrance to a home. A landscape architect or designer works with living plants as well as building materials to design for future growth and maintenance as well as the present visual appeal. Landscape architecture is very regional, so look for a landscape designer in Dallas that’s familiar with the local climate and plant types that do well there. Start here to learn more about the landscaping services in Dallas that will help create your dream garden. More
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Residential Landscape Design

Garden StylesFrom classic to modern, get inspiration and learn about the various landscape styles. Planting IdeasSelecting plants with captivating foliage, flowers & fragrance that appeal to people & pollinators. Landscape Design TipsEnhance your garden with these design tips, tricks and techniques.
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Residential Landscape Design

Developing the planDepending on the complexity of the plan, the designer may be able to draw the plan while still at the property or it may take several days or weeks to complete. The plan will be a scaled drawing showing the type and location of the plants and other landscape features. The plan will either be sent or dropped off to you. Once you review the plan, the designer will answer questions you might have. Generally most designers will make one revision to the plan as part of the original design fee. If desired you will also be provided with an estimate of what it would cost to have Oakland install the landscape.
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Residential Landscape Design

Updating your home’s landscaping is a great way to increase the value of your property and create outdoor spaces for relaxing and entertaining. Whether you want to focus on your front yard, backyard or entire piece of land, there are many interesting options to consider. In the backyard you can create a space for entertaining friends and family complete with an outdoor kitchen, fire feature, pool and more, or you could create a lush garden that attracts wildlife and allows you to relax and reflect. In the front yard you could amp up curb appeal with a beautiful walkway or you could tear up your lawn in favor of an eco-friendly garden. Use the information below to start determining what you want in your new landscape.
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Residential Landscape Design

Initial phone call from the designerOne of our designers will call you to schedule a time to meet with you at your home. The designer will also ask you some questions to better understand your needs, objectives, and the scope of what you want to accomplish. The designer will also provide you with an estimate of the design fee.

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