There are many ways in which a landscape can be designed. A regular style of landscaping uses pure geometry in the layout, with everything being well defined. Natural landscape design on the other hand, blends with the existing environment, and layouts will have organic forms, and all materials used in the hardscape will be natural and closer to nature, while the plants will be native to that region.
Classical styles of landscape design will be English gardens, Mediterranean gardens, Spanish gardens, Moorish gardens and Japanese gardens. Each of them having their own particular style and layouts. Modern style gardens are simple and sleek, and clarity of space is ensured by having all zones flowing into each other.
For your any landscape to be effective, it must be aesthetically pleasing, have a low demand on maintenance, and have a budget that is not too demanding. Talk to a landscaper in North Brisbane about a natural landscape design as they will fulfil all these criteria and will bring you closer to nature. Nature is highly ordered and is never random, with a reason for everything that happens in it. This design must be aesthetic, easy to manage, and blend in with the existing environment.
In any landscape design, the medium is the land. Therefore, it is necessary that the design must blend well with the surroundings whether they are natural or constructed. The architecture of the house constructed should also blend in with the environment and not seem foreign to it.
Homeowners will be happy to have a landscape that demands the least effort from them, for maintaining it. The native plants that are used to the growing conditions of soil and weather automatically give the advantage of their adaptability. Landscapes that use the natural process require less of time, effort, and money for maintaining them.
An ornamental garden on the other hand will require a lot of attention. It can also cost more if exotic plants that are more demanding of inputs are planted. While they will look good, they will often look out of place. A natural landscape that takes the existing environment into consideration will blend in with its surroundings.
When you build a new home, you will most cases have to do some clearing work on the land and its vegetation and contours. A natural landscape designer will seek to restore the land to its original configuration, so as not to disturb naturally occurring drainage systems, and will insist on planting vegetation that is native to the general geographical area. This can also help to attract insects, birds and animals in the area, something that will allow the plants to thrive.
Any natural landscape design must as far as possibly emulate the landscape that is native to that geographical area.