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The first lecture notes of Earthy Paradises.

by: Hailey Boileau

The first lecture notes of Earthy Paradises. ARTH:1090:0AAA

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These are the 8 basic elements of a garden, essential for studying, and they were only mentioned in class. They cannot be found on ICON.
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Date Created: 01/23/15
Week 1 Lecture 1 Friday January 23 2 15 636 PM The 8 elements to consider while analyzing a garden 1 Geography Are there mountains Is it in the desert Consider how the location of the garden effects its purpose 2 Climate What is the climate Certain climates affect what can actually grow in the garden like cacti vs lilacs 3 Water Irrigation fountains ponds 4 General design characteristics Organic vs haphazard 5 Constructed features paths statues gazebos fences 6 Plant material flower beds types of plants what are the smells and tastes What kinds of tastes and smells and other senses do you experience while in the garden How does this affect their expe ence 7 Human and animal activity Who is coming What animals make their habitat in the garden Is this a public location or strictly used by a group of people 8 Purpose of the garden landscape Is it for teaching for therapy or other medical reasons What factor does religion play in the use of the garden Earthly Paradises Page 1


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