According to the existing rules for landscaping the territory in the corresponding climatic zone, it is not recommended to allocate more than half of all the land adjacent to the country house for planting. And if there is a forest, garden or park nearby, then you need to further reduce the area for planting trees and shrubs to a third.
Trees and shrubs can create shade and disrupt the flow of sunlight into living quarters, which will negatively affect the health of everyone living in the house, and will be a violation of sanitary standards. Therefore, shrubs should be planted at least five meters from the house. And if the wall faces the sunny side of the building and has one or more windows, then shrubs and tall trees are placed at a distance of at least ten meters from it.
Wind, dust, snow and other manifestations of bad weather can be delayed or mitigated by the prudent placement of a protective living wall of tall shrubs or trees. It is strongly not recommended to plant trees and shrubs with thorns, poisonous fruits or leaves.
Be clear about what will be on your plan, what types of trees and shrubs. There should be all the assortment planned. It is very important to decide on your wishes about the time of flowering, fruiting and other characteristics, on which the entire appearance of the landscape will depend.
A breakdown drawing must be drawn up, which indicates all groups of plants, individual species, lawns, hedges, large trees that give shade, flower beds, and the distance between them is indicated in detail.
If landscaping is carried out in an area where there is a lot of light, then you can plant elm, holly maple, small-leaved linden, white acacia. White acacia blooms at the very beginning of summer with gorgeous, fragrant white flowers. You need to plant it along the fence, because it is a heat-loving shrub. For planting, it is best to use the material that is grown from local seeds; it does not need to adapt to new climatic conditions.