Author Topic: Ten Principles for Creating A Successful Hemming Plaza  (Read 18412 times)

WmNussbaum

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Re: Ten Principles for Creating A Successful Hemming Plaza
« Reply #30 on: May 03, 2012, 07:53:28 AM »
The article was great. Chamblin's comments were too. Yes, the trees are great, and some careful trimming and pruning can give the Plaza a more open feel without destroying the good effects of the canopy. Example - being hoity-toity for a minute: Along the Champs Elysee (sp?) in Paris, the large trees are trimmed into neat squares, and the effect is stunning.

Ron, I'm especially happy to note that you have rid yourself of the disease you mentioned. If more would do likewise, I suspect that enormous world areas would live much more harmoniously.