What is considered softscape?

A gentle landscape consists of all the living elements of a landscape: trees, flowers, grass, shrubs and other plants. It also refers to other aspects that are included in gardening, such as weed management, the use of mulch and other tasks such as cutting, trimming, sorting and planting. Softscape comprises the animated (living) horticultural elements of landscape design. In a nutshell, it refers to plants.

Soft landscape elements are complemented by hard landscape elements, such as wooden pergolas, stone walls, tiled patios and brick walkways. Softscape is different from hard landscaping, since it doesn't have that permanent or long-term quality. It is the lively and lively part of a landscape. Softscape includes the other elements, such as soil, plants, shrubs, trees, flowers, vegetables, vines, grass and color combinations.

Once the gardening elements are installed, soft landscaping is used to complete the landscape design.