The principles of landscape design include the elements of unity, scale, balance, simplicity, variety, emphasis, and sequence as they apply to line, form, texture, and color. These elements are interconnected
Inspect and treat plants and trees, as needed, for disease and insect infestations. Check irrigation equipment for leaks, breaks, and malfunction and repair as needed. eliminating all runoff from leaving the planted areas. Remove cob webs and debris from building structures and signs
These elements of design include mass, form, line, texture and color. In the landscape, they are used to transform space and create a unique experience. While color and texture add interest and richness to a design, it is mass, form and line that are critical to organizing space and providing structure.