[Tagging] landcover=trees definition
johnw at mac.com
Tue Aug 18 20:54:42 UTC 2015
> On Aug 18, 2015, at 8:27 PM, Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com> wrote:
What if its grass along a (maintained) river embankment, but roped off so no one can walk on it, as it is not a park?
What about the grass surrounding an airport (Narita's is well trimmed)?
What about the landscaping lawns that cover the front of large industrial facilities?
Perhaps "landscaping" is a good tag. It covers all your urban examples, and mine as well.
But it implies man-chosen and maintained plants, so landscaping=trees would only be trees that were planted there =\
But it would appropriate for most decorative or "landcoverish" items around a city or building that normally wouldn't fall under the natural tag (wood,meadow,scrub) nor barrier=hedge, which is what i use for the hedges that are on so many islands and along so many walkways in Japan.
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