Landscaping and gardening are sometimes used interchangeably due to its relation to each other, but these terms actually differ in a lot of ways. Landscaping is any activity that involves designing, planning, and maintenance of visible features of outdoor spaces for practical and/or aesthetic purposes. It involves making changes in an area of land by in three aspects: plants, terrain or shape of the land, and structures like fences, raised planters, and other built features.
Meanwhile, gardening is the practice of growing plants. It involves planting, weeding, and harvesting plants, flowers, and.or vegetables making it an ongoing activity throughout the year. While gardening as a skill can be learned through experience, knowledge in soil ecology, climate, and plant physiology is also essential.Ajiri Landscapers
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Hi we are a Resident's Association close to Grenfell Tower/Notting Hill in London UK. We would like to regenerate the residential entrances with planters/green walls or something green to make the entrances better looking and welcoming. We are a fairly big residential site, built in the 70s on a site where there was a Carmelite Convent once. We have two courtyards accessible to the public w...