Garden Tutor Garden Design Kit
The Garden Tutor Garden Design kit provides everything you need to create and render your own garden designs and layouts. You get essential layout and drafting tools and special garden design graph paper that lets you easily create a true scale drawing. Most important is our 24 page Garden Design and Style Guide that will teach you how to create your own garden style and design the garden of your dreams.
Garden Tutor Garden Design kit contents:
- Drafting Kit: Ruler, Pencils, eraser and sharpener, and circle template
- Circle template for creating landscape symbols and designs
- Durable 5 Foot measuring tape and liquid-filled compass for garden layout
- 40 Sheets premium Garden Design Graph Paper with built-in scale settings
- Detailed full color, 24 page Garden Design, and Style Guide
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The Garden Tutor Garden Design Kit will help you develop a garden style and help you put your style into a scale plan. Below are the core elements of developing a world-class garden style: Scale, Symmetry, Simplicity, Variety, and Arrangement.
|Keep your garden in focus with proper scale. When designing, anticipate the mature growth of your plants and bring the various parts of your garden into focus for the main viewing areas.||Symmetry implies formality, and asymmetry implies informality. Formal garden designs depend on symmetry and informal designs use random plantings and freeform shapes.||Simplicity and repetition are very important. Too much complexity detracts from the harmony of your garden.||Variety is the spice of your garden. It creates contrasts of color, texture, and height that can enhance your garden.||Use beds and borders to frame your garden. Be creative with your plant arrangements. Create color and texture contrasts based on flowers, foliage, and shape.|
Additional help with garden design symbols can be found in the Toolbox