The term "hard" landscape is used by garden designers and landscape architects to define materials used for construction of a landscape design.
Hard landscape materials used are bricks, stones or rock, gravel, metal, outdoor furniture such as street lights, billboards, seats, etc. Hard landscape surfaces may refer to paved areas such as sidewalks, streets, housing development and business complexes. The features of the landscape include retaining walls, patios, fences, paving, railings and sidewalks. Urban hardscape has larger features such as traffic islands or traffic circles and paved roads.
Construction of hard landscape involves hard wearing materials e.g. concrete, stones, metal or wood. In Blue Mountain, most home owners have opted for landscape design that has nothing to do with plants design elements. Soft landscaping surface e.g. plants requires a lot of care and maintenance. When choosing the materials, you should consider a number of factors such as your budget, purpose of the landscape e.g. formal or informal, weather conditions and outdoor environment.
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