Beautification is not the sole objective of landscaping. It also aims to fully utilize land in a beautiful way. Landscaping also enhances the design of building and the ambiance of a place. It is also used to preserve and conserve the environment. For example, ponds are used as sanctuaries for birds, and gardens for butterflies. Landscaping integrates the natural beauty of plants and trees with buildings and other sanctuaries.
There are two kinds of landscapers; the landscape artist or hobbyist and the landscape architect. The former learns landscaping through self-study or may have been trained by an expert landscape artist or horticulturist. He possesses and develops through training and experience a talent in creating attractive scenery. The landscape architect on the other hand, studied landscaping as a course in college. The landscape artist’s capability is used in projects like house gardens, and for big projects managed by professionals. The landscape artist can handle both small-scale and large-scale projects – small gardens or projects like parks, golf courses, resorts, commercial centers and hotels.
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