If you're looking to transform a space, you'll want to pay attention to the four essential elements of plant-centric design: landscaping, plantscaping, hardscaping, and softscaping.
At Rolling Greens, we believe the key to a beautiful environment lies in the art of incorporating each of these concepts cohesively. Here’s what they mean, and how they vary:
is the art of designing and arranging outdoor spaces in a way that creates an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment. It involves the use of various elements such as plants, hardscapes, and outdoor furniture.
is the art of using plants to create a beautiful and vibrant indoor or outdoor environment. It involves the selection and placement of plants, as well as the design of plant arrangements and containers.
is the use of non-living elements to enhance the outdoor environment, such as walkways, patios, retaining walls, and water features. It involves the selection of materials, such as concrete, stone, and brick.
is the use of living elements such as plants, trees, and shrubs to enhance an outdoor environment. It involves the selection and placement of plants, as well as the design of plant arrangements and garden beds.