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How to Design a Garden Using ConceptDraw PRO

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How to Design a Garden Using ConceptDraw PRO

Landscape and garden design involves a varied range of activities that can be managed using ConceptDraw Landscape and Garden solution. Landscape and garden design can embrace landscape management, engineering, detailing, urbanism, assessment and planning. The Landscape and Garden solution delivers the ability to sculpt your perfect garden design with a range of libraries and templates. These libraries include graphic design elements such as bushes and trees, flower and grass, ponds and fountains, garden furniture and accessories, and paths, plots and patios. Using them in combination with the handy templates included with the solution is the quickest and simplest method of starting to plan your garden design. Read more
The design elements library Trees and plants contains 29 symbols of trees, hedges, groundcovers, greenery, and shrubbery.
"Landscape design is an independent profession and a design and art tradition, practised by landscape designers, combining nature and culture. In contemporary practice landscape design bridges between landscape architecture and garden design.
Landscape design focuses on both the integrated master landscape planning of a property and the specific garden design of landscape elements and plants within it." [Landscape design. Wikipedia]
Use the vector stencils library Trees and plants to draw the plans of landscape architecture, lawns, gardens, yards, parks planning, groundskeeping, landscape design, and arboretums using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software.
The shapes library Trees and plants is contained in the Site Plans solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw PRO Solution Park. Read more
 , succulent, potted plant, perennial border, palm tree, ornamental grass, groundcover, deciduous tree, deciduous shrub, conifer tree, conifer shrub, conifer hedge, cactus, broadleaf hedge, broadleaf evergreen tree, broadleaf evergreen shrub,
The vector stencils library "Trees and plants" contains 29 symbols of trees, hedges, groundcovers, greenery, and shrubbery. Use these shapes for drawing your site plans, landscape architecture, lawns, gardens, yards, parks planning, groundskeeping, landscape design, and arboretums in the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Site Plans solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Conifer tree A
Conifer tree  A, conifer tree,
Conifer tree B
Conifer tree B, conifer tree,
Conifer shrub c
Conifer shrub c, conifer shrub,
Conifer tree D
Conifer tree D, conifer tree,
Deciduous tree A
Deciduous tree A, deciduous tree,
Deciduous tree B
Deciduous tree B, deciduous tree,
Deciduous tree C
Deciduous tree C, deciduous tree,
Deciduous tree D
Deciduous tree D, deciduous tree,
Broadleaf evergreen tree
Broadleaf evergreen tree, broadleaf evergreen tree,
Palm tree
Palm tree, palm tree,
Conifer shrub a
Conifer shrub a, conifer shrub,
Conifer shrub b
Conifer shrub b, conifer shrub,
Conifer shrub c
Conifer shrub c, conifer shrub,
Conifer shrub d
Conifer shrub d, conifer shrub,
Deciduous shrub a
Deciduous shrub a, deciduous shrub,
Deciduous shrub b
Deciduous shrub b, deciduous shrub,
Deciduous shrub C
Deciduous shrub C,
Deciduous shrub d
Deciduous shrub d, deciduous shrub,
Deciduous shrub e
Deciduous shrub e, deciduous shrub,
Broadleaf evergreen shrub
Broadleaf evergreen shrub, broadleaf evergreen shrub,
Broadleaf hedge
Broadleaf hedge, broadleaf hedge,
Conifer hedge
Conifer hedge, conifer hedge,
Groundcover
Groundcover, groundcover,
Perennial border
Perennial border, perennial border,
Succulent
Succulent, succulent,
Cactus
Cactus, cactus,
Ornamental grass
Ornamental grass, ornamental grass,
Potted plant 1
Potted plant 1, potted plant,
Potted plant 2
Potted plant 2, potted plant,
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How to Make Soccer Position Diagram Using ConceptDraw PRO

The soccer field has the form of a large rectangle, covered with grass. Dimensions of soccer fields may vary slightly, depending on the level of the game, but all fields have some common characteristics. Soccer players may take different positions. Each soccer position has its own name, and implies certain player functions. Every soccer position has a very specific name and task: Goalkeeper, Defenders, Midfielders and Forwards. During preparation for the game coach met a challenge: how to explain each player's position and his role in the game. The difficulty is the fact that in the course of the game players will often move on the field and do not stay in one place. Football field diagram with dimensions and marking, and positions - it is an important tool for the coach. ConceptDraw PRO helps both coach and players to understand exactly their roles during the particular game. The ability to create Soccer diagrams is contained in the ConceptDraw Soccer solution. The solution provides Read more