What Are Landscape Plants?
1) Tree and Trees:
Plants that grow 7-15 meters or more, have a wide body and woody structure, are trees, and plants with 3-7 meters of narrow and woody stems are shrubs.
Landscape plants are the tallest and dominant plants and they are the most prominent plants in terms of aesthetics, size and shape values in arrangements made in accordance with the most basic principles of architecture.
They are perennial plant species that can grow from 15-20 cm to 3-5 meters and can grow from the ground with a few stems. Like shrubs, it has stems, branches, leaves, hills and roots. Plants with bushes play a complementary role in landscaping. As the scale gets smaller in landscaping, the importance of the bushes increases. It is used to disrupt the monotonous structure of the floor where the arrangement is made and creates ripples on the floors.
are perennial or annual plants with or without flowers, whose bodies are thin and long, with reptiles, growing by wrapping around the walls and camellias and trees. It is gathered under two groups as constantly green and deciduous in winter. These plants, which rise by clinging, spread down in unsupported environments or grow by hanging, create perfect images on a small soil.
4) Ground Covering Plants:
Plants that are stunted and spread tightly on the ground are called ground cover plants.
Green or flowered ground cover clusters placed in the patio or terrace create a link between the two environments, creating a contrast between the grassy areas. Ground covers of different colors, characters, and textures form a border or edge-like strip when sewn across a row of flowers or the edge of a bush.
5) Seasonal Flowers:
Seasonal flowers are used to fill the empty areas outdoors with colorful vegetation. These plant species, which are generally produced with seeds, are used in gardens, balconies, parks and gardens. Seasonal flowers such as pansies in this type of plants are used to welcome winter in the autumn season and spring in the late winter by blooming in the cold months.
6) Bulbous Plants:
Generally, this group of plants is divided into three groups as bulbous plants that bloom in spring, bloom in summer and bloom in both spring and summer. These plants are usually planted in gardens and parks. They are also used as cut flowers or pot plants.
7) Grass Plants:
They are dwarf and short plants that spread tightly on the ground. They are used as the most common ground cover plants. It spreads along the ground and takes root, ensuring that the whole soil is covered with a green cover. Various grass mixtures and types are used in order to fulfill many functions in the establishment of green areas.