Plant Selection in the Environmental Art Design of Forest Landscape

Xiangkai Wu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1277-1281


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Plant species selection and plant landscaping are important means of forest landscape design. The quality of selection and configuration has a great impact on the whole forest landscape. In this paper, the role of plants in the artistic design of forest landscape environment and the basic principles of plant selection and configuration in the design process are discussed. The physiological characteristics and landscape effects of common forest landscape plants are summarized. Through these studies, the basic application methods and functions of plants in forest landscape environmental art design were expounded, which laid a foundation for creating high-quality forest landscape environment.


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