People respect creativity, especially when it is fused with knowledge, a can-do attitude, and an appetite to take on massive projects. I suppose that's why, on the American TV series, Seinfeld, George Costanza likes to pretend he's an architect. Many of us, I believe, like to daydream about having unlimited resources at our disposal and using them to create something magnificent.
For those of us who enjoy landscaping, such daydreaming can take the form of visualizing an ideal landscape. Of course, your "ideal" landscape might be different from mine, since the term is subjective. So I put it to you: If money were no object -- nor time, nor ability -- what would constitute an ideal landscape for you?
Here's your chance to lend wings to your dreams and let your imagination soar. Click the link below and pretend you're a landscape architect, charged with assembling the landscape to top all landscapes. What would take center stage in that landscape? What would be the overriding theme? Would your landscape design mimic nature or look like something out of a fairy tale?
Reveal your dreams: What's Your Ideal Landscape?
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