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Garden design is a very personal thing and is often an expression of your personality. What I like you, you may not and vise versa. Some people like neat and tidy gardens where there are no surprises, others love the thrill of windy paths, lots of different plant material and not knowing what is around the corner. There are three main styles of gardens formal, semi formal and informal. They can then be divided into many types of gardens and that depends on what you would like. Garden design can be intimately tidied to the style of your house as in example of the grand french chateaux where the geometric patterns of the garden mimic the geometric construction of the house or it can have no connection to your house at all.

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Gardening Goals Now, what is your real goal? Whats your real message? What is the "why" of your gardening? Does your garden say, "Freedom"? Or does your garden say, "Hey, Im fitting right in here"! Does your garden remain quiet, serene, unencumbered by whatever anyone else has to say or do -- about your gardening? Are you looking to create and organize a mini-farm? Do you want a country environment, a natural environment or are you willing to ditch all that grass and trade it in for common sense groundcover? Do you want to mow grass? Or do you want to have a goat eat all the grass? The choices are all yours!

Know your Garden Style You must know and understand the style of your garden. Japanese, urban, formal, cottage, Tuscan, country or other - you must consider your garden style to chose your artwork correctly. The art must compliment the style. Any individual piece can look terrific given the right setting. What is important is that the opposite is also true - any art can look awful if it clashes with the rest of your garden. Rustic farm style artwork will not suit a Tuscan themed garden. Likewise an abstract sculpture will look out of place in a country-style garden. Also consider the association between materials and garden styles. Unglazed terracotta works for instance are associated with Tuscan gardens, marble pieces with formal gardens, timber and iron with country gardens. While your artwork should stand out in the garden, it should serve to highlight your chosen style, not detract from it.

Private Home Gardening If you live in a home, your own home, you might have less rules than a condo has, yet, even in most neighborhoods, you have that "unspoken" rule, "green grass rules"! Not to worry, you, too, can garden. You can still have your own personal space, your own style and stay right where you are.

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