The role of a landscape designer is to build and maintain gardens, parks and other outdoor landscapes. Its functions include ensuring plant growth, cleaning outdoor premises and trimming overgrown hedges. They usually work for a landscape company or as municipal employees who maintain city parks. A landscape designer or gardener is responsible for landscape design, landscape construction, landscape installation, and landscape maintenance.
They typically work with team members to perform cutting, mulching, edging, pruning, and other lawn care maintenance tasks. They can also shovel snow in extreme weather conditions. Landscaper duties include reviewing and adjusting landscape design based on customers' specifications, analyzing garden designs, measuring land areas and surfaces for design contours, installing irrigation systems, maintaining plant growth, and applying fertilizers regularly. Its duties include planting flowers and trees, pruning shrubs, and supervising the installation of benches, fountains, fences and walking paths.
Those who demonstrate the skills, work ethic and aptitude in their work tasks are often promoted to positions of increasing responsibility. You will perform a number of general lawn maintenance tasks, including applying fertilizers, maintaining landscape design, removing weeds and dead plants, and supervising repairs. Under the supervision of the crew leader, you will be responsible for mowing, mulching, trimming edges, fertilizing, raking, pruning and other lawn care and maintenance tasks. As a landscape designer, your job duties include planting vegetation, such as lawns, shrubs, trees, and flowers; installing hardscape elements such as fountains, lighting, and walkways; and performing ground maintenance tasks such as weeding, pruning plants, mulching flower beds, and fertilizing lawns.