Gartenweg - Planning: Surveying and staking out


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The first and very important step is the measuring and staking out of the paths. You should work exactly here, because later changes are difficult to repair. Also the choice how my ways go, should be taken here at the latest.
A kingdom for a plan
However, if you just start with the first ideas about the course of your later garden path with surveying and staking out, you will most likely get in trouble. Therefore, you should first create your garden paths on a plan, because you have a few different options that can be weighed against each other or combined with each other:

  • Long straight paths that cause discomfort when they become too long and too straight. Better: interrupt a straight path at certain intervals, eg. B. by small round areas (in patch Rondelle), by a rose arch over the way or by other covering material.
  • The width of the paths should be well thought out, the main route should already provide space for a wheelbarrow, minor roads may be kept narrow.
  • Try to minimize the garden paths through a rather small garden, each path takes away a good deal of garden space.
  • The small garden should be bordered by the paths rather than cut, unless you value a separation of individual areas.
  • For old trees or shrubs you should plan a certain distance for the way, so that he will not be raised soon by the roots.
  • A lively effect of the paths can be achieved if you vary the widths within a path.
  • A good garden path design leaves the way - even if they can only serve as a destination for a water basin or a garden bench.
  • Be careful with the sweeping romantic trails - if they are swung too hard, the user tends to cut short, and you have ugly trails in the garden.
  • However, if there are bends, these are the favorite places for all garden decorators: Here you can put down trees, drain ponds or make sculptures really stand out.
This prior planning of the path on paper or on the computer will also change more in terms of survey work than you would probably initially imagine:
The plan specifies the type of survey
When planning the course of a garden path over your property you will usually say goodbye to the surveying dream come true and straightforward to be measured ways in favor of the decorative design. Rather, you may only become aware of the fact that you do not want to cut through your entire property with dead straight paths and thwart them, sometimes you come up with the idea to give the garden paths different widths and some paths in elegant arches to apply.
So you will probably make some corrections to your original idea that would have given you real problems later in the survey. It is z. For example, with a bow in the way, you may have a little more trouble staking and surveying than with the straight path, but you have the most beautiful paths through your garden found…
Stake the very individual garden path
Above, you have already been told how to create straight lines, circles or evenly curved paths. But what if you want to find a path through the garden that meanders irregularly through the terrain? Also not difficult, you have to get only two or three dimensionally accurate rectangles, which have exactly the intended path width. And good knee pads - and then it goes with a helper and stake out and your templates through the garden until the way it looks like you want it.
Straight wayIf you plan a straight path, it is important that it also becomes straight. To guarantee that, you need several pegs and some string. The pegs are hammered in at prominent points such as start and end points and connected to the string. The string should be taut and placed at the height where the top of the stones will later be.
Way with cornersIf the garden path is laid out with slabs and thus receives some corners, then one proceeds in exactly the same way. It is important to note, however, that every corner must be taken into account.
Circular pathWho special for example To install round patterns in the path will inevitably have to pave circular edges. In order not to grope in the dark, but to reach a circle, you hit a peg in the middle of the circle and attached a string. This serves as a radius. By pulling the string taut and beating a stake every 20-30 cm at the ends and connecting them together, you get a nice circle.
Curved wayEspecially curved paths are already a problem for some when planning. But this can be solved easily.First, a line is used to mark the escape between the beginning and the end of the path. At a 90° angle to the line of flight, the posts are placed on the left and right at a distance of approx. 30cm, giving them a curved edge.
If the route is marked and marked, the planned area can be prepared. For this purpose, the substrate must be prepared and filled with gravel and gravel or sand and adjusted.

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