The Chinese culture is extensive and profound, which has been enduring for thousands of years, and contains rich and diverse art and culture, garden art is one of them. In terms of the development history of garden art, it has a long history. In the contemporary landscape architecture construction, ecological landscape architecture has attracted great attention from all walks of life, and it is also the trend of landscape architecture construction. In the ecological park forest, more attention should be paid to ecological protection and ecological balance, taking into account the beautification of the environment and the reduction of ecological environmental disasters, and vigorously advocating appropriate measures according to local conditions, suitable planting, ecological protection, and the benign circular development of biological chain, so as to achieve the goal of sustainable development. In recent years, as the change of age society, natural environment worsened than before, for now, these problems have been on the reflection, actively explore in the reflection, with the reality of our country in the exploration analysis of problems existing in the urban landscape construction, based on this, puts forward the corresponding solutions, promotes the good construction and sustainable development of ecological gardens.
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Discussion on the Construction and Sustainable Development of Urban Ecological Gardens
How to cite this paper: Haiyang Sun. (2021). Discussion on the Construction and Sustainable Development of Urban Ecological Gardens. Advance in Sustainability, 1(1), 1-6.