Things to Remember When Planting Trees on your Landscape
Regarding trees, their underlying foundations can crawl into house foundations, wall footings, etc..be careful where you plant. Also, ask yourself if they are probably going to fall in great breezes and do damage…if they fall will they slam into the house/garage?
– Lighting features (except if solar-fueled) will require control. Make sure to allow for running these cables early in the project.
– Fountains require control also. So make sure to run cables underground at the same time you run water hoses (whenever needed).
– Decks frequently require a strong foundation. Also, contingent upon the tallness off the ground, they may need a handrail. Make beyond any doubt you comprehend what the local codes require with regards to safe deck installation.
Planting Giant Red-woods on Your Landscape
– Some structures may require planning authorization. Check with your local planning department. This can be a headache after the assemble, on the off chance that you fail to confirm it beforehand.
– Sunlight (position) for the day is an interesting point as well. You can’t sunbathe in a garden which is doused in the shade all day long. And tall trees around a relatively small garden will guarantee your lawn and plants get no sun. Privacy is great. However, there are preferable ways to achieve this over planting giant red-woods around your property (sarcasm).
– Consider the HEIGHT of items when planning. Not simply their impression. A plan is an overhead view, however, consider the elevation sees from all four sides as well, so the statures of articles about others are not neglected.