from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of improving the look of land (eg: planting trees, leveling, etc).
- v. Present participle of landscape.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Working as a landscape gardner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a garden laid out for esthetic effect
- n. working as a landscape gardener
Sorry, no etymologies found.
You know, landscaping is exactly where they're going to end up in your employ.
What a great house, and the landscaping is wonderful.
They represent a last spurt toward the water before the landscaping is laid out to define the relationship for them.
The landscaping is a balance of very tall, elegant palm trees and other vegetation creating semi-private gardens separating large, grassy open areas.
A week of some changes around the homestead – the new landscaping is in, all squeaky clean, neat and fresh, these hopeful little trees and shrubs settling into their new home.
Trees are so very lovely in landscaping and it is emotionally painful to be robbed.
•Chicago has a $2 million program that has trained 265 participants since 1994 in landscaping and tree pruning and, since 2005, computer recycling and disposal of household chemicals such as motor oil and paints.
Since 2003, the environmental group has trained 70 former drug addicts, welfare recipients and convicts for jobs in landscaping, ecological restoration, green roof installation and hazardous waste cleanup.
She called her landscaping business Eden Paradise Gardens.
Think what she could do: rebuild an entire school from the ground up — clearing out the asbestos and bringing in landscaping, violins, top-of-the-line computers.