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Of the 15+ landscaping design software programs we have used and tested, we have chosen 1 program that we feel is the best value for the money, as well as easy to use and having comprehensive features.

Punch! Master Landscape Pro™

This program has come a long way since it first came out years ago. Each year improvements have been made which is why it made the cut for the top two programs we highly recommend.

“Punch” includes pictures of thousands of plants so you can see exactly how your landscape design will look before you spend one penny on anything.

One thing we did appreciate were the step by step video tutorials included free with the software. Sometimes the hardest thing with landscape design software is figuring out how to use it, so it was great to know we could watch a video and see exactly how to do what we wanted.

Also, “Punch” allows you to upload a photo of your home, backyard, whatever you want, so you can build your landscaping design right before your eyes. No guessing games such as “I wonder how this would look in our yard” because you will see it clear as day in the software.

There are really too many features to list, so if you are interested in landscaping software, you should go directly to the manufacturer’s website here and learn more. You can also buy a copy while you are there (instant download or on physical CD-Rom).

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Landscaping Ideas is the owner of Landscaping Ideas Online. You'll find me all over this website offering hints and tips into the world of landscape design, responding to people within the forums and also providing photos to help you with ideas for your next design.
      

 

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Seattle Rockeries creates hardscapes and landscapes using stones, boulders and concrete structures.

Hardscaping creates structures that can be used on slopes and hills to prevent erosion and create water barriers or drainage.