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incorporate all the different areas

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spaces will be. This will help you to think about the way they should be laid out and if appropriate, bordered. One of the hardest jobs in the garden is digging holes. So think about this in your design and try to either limit the holes you need to dig for trees or poles etc. Getting them in the right place the first time is the best way to cut down on

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unnecessary digging. Many garden designers will start from one end of the garden and work their way through the design from let's say front to back, and incorporate all the different areas into the drawing that way. Usually the house will be the first thing drawn on any design, as it is a permanent structure. Another strategy when drawing a design is to

start with the most important features in the garden. If you want to have a water feature for example, then sometimes it is better to put that into the drawing first, as it will most likely be something that you will plan many other parts of your garden around. Similar to the house, it is a more permanent feature. In some cases, large trees or feature trees like

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