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Wed, Oct 6, 2004 at 3:26:33 PM | Plants

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Russo


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going through the family explorer i noticed that there are not many plants such as flowers, shubs etc. If there are any sites where I might be able to find some for download, please let me know.

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Wed, Oct 6, 2004 at 4:15:40 PM | RE: Plants

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You can do your own plants in Revit. Download a family plant file from RevitCity Use the search engine on Revitcity Serch for: tree Families And you will find eg. this: Mr GG metric Tree Spruce - To the left the isometric verion - To the right the raytraced version - You can do your own version by opening Tree Spruce.rfa in Revit and click Family Types then Plant Name and then Trees and Shrubs/Conifers then Plant - New - Use current plant as Template.... And begin to design yourself Hope you have got it. You can do your own plants!

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Wed, Jun 14, 2006 at 6:38:02 PM | RE: Plants

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This was very helpful information about landscaping! Thank you, Thank you. One question though, Do you have to place the trees all over to create the flower bed or can you make a new form (in the shape of a planting bed) and then asign the plant material to the bed? I tried to make an in place form but when I go to asign the materials the plant material that is in the spruce file doesn't show up. Any help will be appreciated.

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