Online Garden Planning Tool and Corinthian Bells Chimes
Planning your garden’s look and feel used to be a tedious process—you probably worked on re-landscaping or re-arranging your garden without any solid plan whatsoever. Most people do something like that regularly—they just look at what they have and proceed by relying on gut instinct. The result, however, is often what you may expect with gut instinct—no logical redirection of the viewer’s attention or no smart usage of every inch of garden space.
These days, there are various free tools available to help you plan your garden. No, you don’t have to actually buy a drawing board and begin drafting your plan. With a computer and some internet connection, you can actually plan your garden while having fun at it.
Online Garden Planning Tool
There are some websites that specialize in gardening tips that also provide a free online garden planning tool. Nothing fancy—if your browser can support Flash, and most modern browsers do, you can easily use this tool. Much better if your internet connection is fast. The great thing about such online garden planning tools is that they’re free—the website hosting or offering the tool simply finds other ways to earn from it, such as by relying on the growth in the number of its loyal readers or in the sales of its affiliate products. Using such an online garden planning tool is waste free and your creativity to take full rein. For example, you can incorporate Corinthian bells chimes in your plan and see the chimes’ overall impact on the plan without having to dig the soil or taking out your hammer. You can also have lots of fun while working on your design—because you can always reload or "undo" anything that you do not like, your creative mind is unhampered with the fear of making an irreversible or hard-to-change mistake. And this sense of freedom can do a lot in enabling you formulate a garden design that truly represents what you want and what you feel.
The minor downside with free online garden planning tools is their limitation—there may not be enough options available if you’re the type of gardener who likes things beautifully complex. Most online tools are also meant for use on small or medium-sized gardens, so if you’re someone who happens to own a sprawling property, then you can do better with a little professional help.
Software Garden Planning Tool
However, if you want a more detailed and more powerful tool in planning your garden, there are various software programs available that you can buy. Ranging in price from tens to hundreds of dollars, depending on complexity, such software-based tools can serve the gardening enthusiast with more than enough legroom for their creativity. Some highly priced software garden planning tools can be so complex as to resemble a typical CAD software, and you may have to hurdle a certain learning curve before you can fully harness the entire extent of its capabilities.
The great thing about such software-based tools is the quality of the garden plan you can execute. You can play with textures and colors and materials. These software tools also come with ready made templates that make the task of garden design much easier to handle even for newbies—you only have to choose a template that more or less matches your vision for your own garden, then tweak it in places to fit your budget and taste. Moreover, such software packages also often come with an extensive library of the best and most stunning gardens in the world. The convenience of being able to see a lot of other gardens that you can emulate and the power of the planning tool represent an incredible combination that should enable you to begin churning out exceptional garden designs on your own.
Integrating Wind Chimes
Corinthian bells chimes are a particularly delightful option to play with when using garden planning tools. These particular chimes come with outstanding tone and resonance, and when placed in strategic areas around the garden, can truly uplift the living space’s mood. And of course, it is always safe to add a wind chime or two in your garden—they add the distinct dimension of sound, and the music they make can easily further enrich your garden’s calming nature.