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Q.1
The procedural steps for effectively designing a residential landscape are: *

Q.2
The Designer’s mantra is: *

Q.3
When experimenting with design lines, remember to: *

Q.4
Unity through interconnection can be achieved by: *

Q.5
When grouping plant material it is important to: *

Q.6
In order for a landscape element to be dominant, it must be larger. *

Q.7
Symmetrical designs are more balanced than asymmetrical designs. *

Q.8
Reducing the number of different plants in your garden composition will create unity. *

Q.9
Planting a weeping standard on either side of an entrance creates a nice frame, inviting the viewer through. *

Q.10
Coarse textured plants and fine textured plants should be present in equal numbers to balance a garden composition. *

And just for fun..........

Q.11
What is the song I allude to in ‘The Form of Things to Come – Part 2’? (no marks for this and you’ll need to check out the post to answer this one)


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