Hardscape

Hardscape, in the practice of landscaping, refers to the built environment including paved areas like streets & sidewalks, structures, walls, street amenities, pools and fountains. Also, large business complexes, housing developments, highways, and other industrial areas where the upper soil profile is no longer exposed to the air but is covered w...
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Hardscape

Constructed elements of a landscape, such as decks, walls fences and driveways.
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Hardscape

Constructed elements of a landscape, such as decks, walls fences and driveways.
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Hardscape

Includes any garden feature that is not a plant. Like birdbaths, deck, fences, trellises, benches, and patios.
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Hardscape

Sidewalks, patios and walkways.
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Hardscape

The nonliving or man-made fixtures of a planned outdoor area–walls, gazebos, paths, etc.
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Hardscape

The nonliving or man-made fixtures of a planned outdoor area–walls, gazebos, paths, etc.
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Hardscape

The sidewalk, curb, gutter, and street covering the soil surface.
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Hardscape

The sidewalk, curb, gutter, and street covering the soil surface.
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