In an urban setting, landscape architecture is the creative use of existing space to provide small pockets of growth and sustainability. This is realized in spaces such as rooftop gardens, pocket parks, hanging gardens, and so on. The main idea of architecture in this context being function AND form combining to provide a place for nature to grow while also providing a space that is pleasing to the eye and can't create a type of harmony with the soul that mere bricks and concrete can do, alone.
While it might seem like Winter is too early and too cold to be thinking about Spring planting, planning your garden in the Winter is the best time to do so! Planning your garden can be hard work and time consuming, so it's always good to find ways to keep things as easy as possible, hence, perennials are a great solution to making sure your yard pops come Spring.
ile you sit and contemplate life and everything else in the cold harsh winter of the North and Midwest this year, consider also contemplating your plans to prepare your yard for the coming Spring with these helpful tips from LandscapeArchitectural.com