My computer drafted designs provide
many advantages including:
Design Online and
for an illustrated step by step summary of each.
- I will email your plan and a viewer for
your review and approval.
- Review your plan and view images and
data sheets (see below)
- Your plan plan can be modified without
the extra expense of redrafting. Fees
- Alternatives can be investigated
including rendering with different materials such as substituting a
stone pattern for concrete with brick trim.
- More accurate area calculations means
more accurate cost estimates
- Upon your final approval, I will print
you a large hard copy..
- Your design is stored on your computer,
so it can't be misplaced..
- Optionally, I can estimate your project
as if I were doing it within my local area.
- See my cutting edge techniques of real time
3D design, visualization, and
Developing the Landscape Plan.pdf Extension service document explaining
"...By the way,
your plans have been getting a lot of compliments from the landscapers who
know there trade." Ismael
Moreno Westchester, CO
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I support the VOLUNTARY CODE OF CONDUCT FOR NURSERY
PROFESSIONALS which was developed at the Workshop on Linking Ecology &
Horticulture to Prevent Plant Invasions
- Ensure that invasive potential is assessed
prior to introducing and marketing plant species new to North America.
Invasive potential should be assessed by the introducer or qualified
experts using emerging risk assessment methods that consider plant
characteristics and prior observations or experience with the plant
elsewhere in the world. Additional insights may be gained through
extensive monitoring on the nursery site prior to further distribution.
- Work with regional experts and stakeholders to
determine which species in your region are either currently invasive or
will become invasive. Identify plants that could be suitable
alternatives in your region.
- Develop and promote alternative plant material
through plant selection and breeding.
- Where agreement has been reached among nursery
associations, government, academia and ecology and conservation
organizations, phase-out existing stocks of those specific invasive
species in regions where they are considered to be a threat.
- Follow all laws on importation and quarantine of
plant materials across political boundaries.
- Encourage customers to use, and garden writers to
promote, non-invasive plants.