If you own a cottage house or have a backyard that begs for some flowers and plants, you should think about doing some landscape design work. Few of us have the right skills, knowledge and imagination for this job, so it should definitely be entrusted to the hands of professionals... or a specialized landscape design tool like Landscape Vision!
Landscape Vision is a unique solution that helps users get a better idea of their landscaping needs and make the right choices of plant types and their locations. With an integrated photo library of over 1000 commonly used plants and flowers and convenient editing tools, the software does not limit your imagination in any way, allowing you to design your yard or lawn exactly the way you want it. And that’s far from all — each plant in the program’s database comes in 10 different sizes, thus allowing you to see the future of your garden in 1, 5 or more years from the date of planting. In addition, Landscape Vision lets you populate your design with various garden-related items and accessories, such as torches or outdoor grills, letting you see the full picture at once. All you need to start designing the garden of your dream is a good photo and some time and patience to drag and drop the necessary items on it. Once done, you can print the resulting image and take it to the nearest garden supplies store for quick and hassle-free shopping.
If you’ve been looking for a way to transform your backyard, front lawn or garden, but don’t know where to start, choose this intuitive, functional and affordable solution and get the ball rolling!
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