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Title: The main function of plant design of parks and gardens
Authors: Sandeva, Vaska
Despot, Katerina
Simovski, Bojan 
Nikolov, Blagoj
Gjenchevski, Daniel
Keywords: park; garden; design; landscape; vegetation
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Publisher: Ss. Cyril and Methodius university in Skopje, Faculty of Forestry in Skopje
Source: Sandeva, V., Despot, K., Simovski, B., Nikolov, B., & Gjenchevski, D. (2013). The main function of plant design of parks and gardens. Forest Review, 44, 34–39.
Journal: Forest Review
Abstract: The parks and gardens, and public open spaces can be used for passive and active recreation. Thus they differ in size, shape - form and function they perform. Strategic approach should be set to assess community needs and to plan an enrichment of the green system network. Environmental characteristics of plants play an essential role in the scale - spatial composition of parks and gardens. The positive impact of plants on air, soil and water is undeniable, and their positive effect on the microclimate is an invaluable asset to an urban environment. The enormous possibilities of the trees and shrubs to protect the architectural buildings and parks space of wind, noise, dust and harmful gases should not be understated. Parks are formed on existing parks, on formed and shaped surfaces as well on completely unformed surfaces. Beside the environmental factors, the parks provide to establish and preserve the natural environment. areas for sports and recreation are planed as part of the parks.
Description: Professional article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/7007
ISSN: 0585-9069
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Forestry: Journal Articles

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