Why proper plant spacing is so important in landscape design & how to avoid common spacing mistakes

Wondering why proper plant spacing is so important in landscape design?
Improper plant spacing is a very common mistake. Even if people have heard of plant spacing, they may not understand why it’s so important. I have even come across multiple designers and industry professionals who don’t pay attention to this or space plants properly.
So I’m here today to explain why it is so important, and how improper spacing can increase maintenance, decrease plant health, and cost extra money.
Understanding how to space plants properly is important to having a successful low-maintenance landscape. I hope this helps you plan your next project!

Here are some ways you can get involved and learn more:

🪴 FREE MINI COURSE: How to choose the perfect plant (and put it in the right place): https://www.gardenprojectacademy.com/free-mini-course-choose-the-perfect-plant/

🪴 Interested in an online course that helps you design your own landscape? Join the waitlist, here, to hear when it first comes out! https://www.gardenprojectacademy.com/design-your-own-garden-course-waitlist/

🪴 Follow my newsletter, here, for free gardening resources and updates on new courses: https://www.gardenprojectacademy.com/newsletter/

And if you’re new here, hello! 🌱 My name is Eve Hanlin, I’m a horticulturist and landscape designer from the Pacific Northwest corner of the USA. I’ve offered in-person landscape design services for years and now I am taking landscape design online by offering digital courses and resources for do-it-yourselfers. This is my new business: Garden Project Academy.

You can also follow me on social media:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gardenprojectacademy/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gardenprojectacademy
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gardenprojectacademy/
Tag me in your projects @gardenprojectacademy. I would love to see what you’re working on!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *