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This module will explore how to shape the "bones" of the garden with woody plant groupings. We will examine theories of formal and naturalistic tree and shrub arrangements, as well as historical styles and criteria for plant selection. Students will create designs for four landscapes, using scale models to present the dynamic relationships between trees, shrubbery, and people. Each student will present a review of an existing landscape of their choosing that demonstrates a compelling arrangement of woody trees and shrubs, and will also participate in project critiques.
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