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    • Introduction to Horticulture Landscape Management Plant: Barberry Term: Accent Plant
    • Japanese Barberry
      • Shrub, deciduous
      • Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8a
      • Height: 3’ to 6’ by Spread : 4’ to 6’
      • Exposure: shade to full sun
      • Leaf Color: Green, Purple – Grown for Foliage not blooms
      • Has small red berries in fall
      • Grows very slowly
      • Looks like a red boxwood
      • Has small thorns
    • Accent Plant
      • A plant that is more distinctive than many plants, but does not serve as a focal point like a specimen plant
      • Often used to highlight a specimen plant
    • Landscape Design
      • Why landscape?
        • Aesthetics
        • Privacy
        • Reduce erosion
        • Wind or noise block
        • Create recreation areas
        • Increase property value
    • Design Steps
      • Meet the customer
      • Sketch a base plan
      • Determine family needs
      • Conduct a site analysis
      • Sketch rough outline (goose egg)
      • Establish bed patterns
      • Locate trees
      • Locate shrubs
      • Select plants
      • Trace plan to quality vellum
      • Label Plan
      • Price plan
    • Base Plan
    • Site Analysis
      • Measure – Determine scale
      • Existing Plants
      • Orientation – Sunlight Path
      • Water
      • Slope
      • Uses
        • Public Area – street front
        • Outdoor Living Area
        • Service Area
    • Site Plan – Goose Egg Barrier N Barrier Entertainment Svc Area Public Area Hammock/rest
    • Plant Selection
      • Mature Size
      • Hardiness
      • Exposure
      • Color/Texture
      • Speed of Growth
      • Ease of Maintenance
    • Plan drafting
      • Scale
      • Symbols
      • Buildings, Sidewalks, Driveways, roads
      • Labeling
      • Plant list
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    • Plant List
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    • Principles of Design
      • Balance
      • Proportion
      • Focalization
      • Rhythm & Line
      • Unity
      • Effect
        • Line, form, & texture
    • Balance
      • Symetrical
      • Asymetrical
      • Out of Balance
    • Proportion
      • Now they are too small to fill the space
      • Soon they will be too big
      • Poor plant selection
    • Unity
      • Trees are nicely sized and placed
      • No unity pull them together
    • Focalization
      • Plant blocks house
      • Focal point should accent the building not obstruct it
    • Corner Plantings
      • Always in a landscape bed
      • No more than 3 or 4 species
      • Tall in back
      • Short in front
      • In curve is focal point
      • Use odd number of plants
    • Foundation Plantings
      • Plants along walls or foundations
      • Taller plants near corners
      • Shorter plants under windows
      • Dwarf or low growing plants
    • Line plantings
      • Creates walls of outdoor rooms
      • Need variety in size & shape
      • No more than 3 to 5 species
      • Often used along property boundaries
    • Accent Plantings
      • Area of particular beauty or interest
      • Can be a single plant
      • Can be a grouping
      • Can contain fountains or statues
      • Avoid placing in the center of a lawn area