18) Plan to screen unsightly objects, such as trash cans, clotheslines
and power poles. Use hedges, fences or trellises that can be covered
19) Decide the best way to get the results you want. Large, comparatively
expensive specimen plants give an immediate effect, but smaller,
less expensive stock may be trained easier and, if necessary, may
be moved easier. But beware of cut-rate, low quality plants.
20) Remember that home landscaping is never finished! Plant growth
changes and occasionally functional demands will necessitate minor
alteration. Your original plan will be a blueprint to build on.