Landscape architecture could be considered as outdoor natural decor. It is essentially taking the natural environment and making it aesthetically pleasing to the eye, without disturbing the natural beauty of the surrounding environment.
To effectively create landscaping that has all these traits, a team of landscapers and a groundsman is required. The initial work to plan out the design of the land would be a landscape architect.
This assigned person would draw up a plan to carry out the design of the grounds. This can be done through the use of helpful software. Once the design is approved, the team would then carry out the task of preparing the landscaping.
As a team, the landscape architect, landscapers as well as the groundsman would discuss the plans of the work before it would be done. Communicating on how they would all work as a team to ensure the landscaping is done accurately.
They would decide how long it should would take to complete, taking into account for the possibility of weather disruptions. The groundsman would know their role in maintaining the property afterwards, taking care to understand what is needed to do so by playing an active role in the process. Individually, the landscape architect draws up and oversees the plans.
The landscapers prepare the land to create that plan; and the groundsman does the upkeep and understands all of which that entails.
When done properly, the end result should show not only what the vision of the landscaper was, but what the client wants. All parties should be impressed with what they see; and if not more work needs to be done until everyone is happy. Landscape architecture is an art; and a work of art is not complete until the artists, in this case all involved are satisfied with the entirety of the project.