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Lucy Summers is a hands-on garden designer and RHS qualified horticulturist who firmly believes that hard landscape construction should be balanced by the strong imaginative planting which is a familiar hallmark of her work. Lucy is also author of the Greenfingers Guides (published by Headline), which include growing your own Fruit and Vegetables, Climbers and Wall shrubs, Drought tolerant, Border Flowers, Evergreen Plants and Fragrant Plants to enable the home or novice gardener to really get the best from their gardens. These are available in all good book shops and online with Amazon, Waterstones and all the usual online outlets. She writes regularly for various publications, including Ideal Home and The Lady magazine and presents TV gardening programmes. You can also follow her garden musings at http://lovelucysummers.wordpress.com/tag/home/
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Yes, the Garden Planner is truly a simple software compared to Sketchup (I like to call it Ketchup! ((~8). I can easily see why you wouldn't use it after getting established with Sketchup. I wouldn't even say it has plant lists, just genera…"
I've just had a look at the Garden Planner. A nice simple tool.. But I am too far down the line with Sketchup to get this. I was looking to have one that produced a plant list, but this has too few plants. You can build up a lib…"
i work for a local authority and we use glyphosate and katana mixed on gravel roundabouts I must say they stay weed free for most of the season
we have used proshield before…"
I too hanker after Vectorworks but use Sketchup.. If you have a sketch of a design you want to put in 3D you can import a jpg of your drawing into Sketchup. If it's to scale you make the faces 'Xray' and draw over the sketch, then us…"