Landscape elements can be organised in three list types:
- In an ‘Individual’ list, a single plant species can be represented by a polyline area, hatch or symbol. Quantities are calculated according to plant spacing or the number of items in the case of a symbol.
- In a ‘Mix’ list, the ratio or percentage between each item is specified and quantities calculated for a given area according to spacing. A seed mix for revegetation can also be specified.
- A ‘Finish’ list can be used to represent works which typically make up the hardscape component of a project. Elements are quantified according to their area (hatch or boundary), length (polyline) or number of items (symbol).
You can use standard drawing tools to create objects (hatches, polylines, regions, etc) on any layer and then assign a plant or finish by selecting an entry and labelling the object.
This process can be automated with the creation of a hatch or boundary polyline, assignment of a plant (or finish) and labelling after picking a point.
This video shows an example of each list type as it appears in the main dialog and the palette.
The first list displayed is Individual followed by a mix list and finish list. Click to start play