Identify trees, shrubs and plants before removing anything. If you are not sure if you can, hire someone who can.
Make a master plan. It is the best place for the pool. Draw it yourself or hire a professional, but think long term.
Healthy, established plants add a look of maturity to a new landscape. So, keep in mind that these plants have survived well where they are, perhaps with very little care. You cannot argue successfully!
There is no garbage tree. Trees are sometimes classified as trees if they have a short life or a weak wood. Berries, Plants Trees and Chinese Berries, also called Garbage Trees, were planted early in the development of Dallas, as they increase and provide shade over the next 10 to 15 years. Oaks can live for hundreds of years, but if you’re not planning large, expensive and risky specimens, they’ll probably never reach a size in your life.
Take a look before you go to the vineyard. Old roses, wisteria and autumnal clematis, can climb the treetops, creating a fantastic effect when they flower. So, you might want to think twice before reducing it.
The general rule is transplantation in winter or when the plant is inactive. Pour well a few days before and when you want to put it back into the landscape immediately, keep the plant in a sheltered area, cover the root with soil and mulch and pour well.
Be careful not to place beds existing trees and shrubs. Raising the soil around a mature plant can cause or kill stress by suddenly and dramatically changing access to water and oxygen.
Volunteer trees are often strong and healthy, they have survived to the hardships of their existence. They also have charming, distorted shapes as they grow toward the light. These can provide artistic relief to the landscape thanks to the perfect straight soldiers available in small rows of tree farms in the nurseries.
Carefully Excavate. The retaining stone walls may have been hidden under overgrowth, and the old romantic fountains and garden statues may have fallen under high bushes.