[Tagging] Decorative flower fields? (not as a crop?)
dudleyibbett at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 1 07:15:47 UTC 2015
In the context you are describing (park, garden) these would be "landuse=flowerbed". There is no size restriction. I.e. They may look like an "open field". There appears to be a wiki entry for this tag already.
If it is farmland being used to grow ornamental flowers for display then it would probably be a type of meadow. You do get "flower meadows" in the UK but they are normally wild flower displays.
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> On 30 Nov 2015, at 21:31, John Willis <johnw at mac.com> wrote:
>> On Nov 30, 2015, at 4:23 PM, Dudley Ibbett <dudleyibbett at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I am mapping inside gardens/parks, and I have basically all the tags I need - walkways, hedges, trees, grass, fountains, walls, steps, greenhouses, drinking fountains, toilets, fences, gates - everything - except the the flowers themselves.
> Here is the Bara-en flower park I stopped mapping a while ago until I understood what do do with the flowers.
> Here is the big flower field (changed 3-4 times a year for different flowers for the seasons) in the massive "Hitachi Seaside Park" look for the peak marker. It is the highest point in the city. I ca map the unmanaged woods, the scrub, and bits of forest (pine trees), but not the actual attraction (the flowers).
> The flowers are often cultivated as open fields for park visitors to see, or as small displays for garden visitors.
> Either way, the actual flowered area is not a path nor grass nor scrub an amusement park. It is flowers. ^_^
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