The Wildflower Group’s next phase involved choosing a final landscape design. We had narrowed down our choices to 3 types of designs. The first design option was something simple and easy-a square foot garden (square shaped garden beds). The pros of this design are that it is easy to build, access and maintain. The cons are that aesthetically, it’s a little boring. The second design option involved something a little more complicated design wise. This option included a slightly more detailed design with curves or an outline of a symbol. The same pros and cons applied as the first option. Lastly, our third design option was a much more detailed landscape design that incorporates weaving pathways within the garden. The pros to this design are that aesthetically the design is exciting, fun and the addition of pathways invites pedestrians to come on in and explore. The cons to this design option are that to build it, will add considerable more work for our team in the plotting and upkeep. In the end we compromised. Our final choice for the garden combined elements of our first design- squarefoot gardening- and our third design- an elaborate design. The official design is the one with the red square.