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Design use of plants, Planting design types,
Planting design is the art of composing plants to create a design. This is usually an aspect of garden design, which includes paving design, landform design, water features and the design of vertical and horizontal structures. The following brief historical summary illustrates some different approaches to planting design. It is arranged in reverse chronological order, with key dates, working back from the present day.
Naturalistic Planting Design c2000
Around the turn of the twentieth century there was a renewed enthusiasm for looking at all the different ways in which plants are arranged in nature. This led to a particular interest in wildflower meadows and drifts of tall grasses intermixed with herbaceous plants. See review of Piet Oudolf’s Planting Design: Gardens in Time and Space. and see list of 100 Top Plants to Avoid for Amenity Landscapes.
Abstract Planting Design c1950
The artistic approach to planting developed into the idea of treating a bed of plants like a box of paints and arranging them according to the principles of abstract design (Cubism). See also Abstact Style of garden design.
Arts and Crafts Planting Design c1900
The gardenesque idea was developed by using aesthetic principles drawn from the fine arts combined with a craftsmanship approach to fine workmanship. See also Arts and Crafts style of garden design and the online text of Gertrude Jekyll Colour schemes for the flower garden. (+ Jekyll plant list)
Gardenesque Planting Design c1850
This idea was based on the use of exotic (ie imported) plants in compositional arrangements inspired by natural groupings of plants. See also Gardenesque and Picturesque style of garden design