As mentioned in Part 3, creating planting plans using Areas has certain drawbacks. The most substantial is that Areas do not have types, so their parameters are all instance parameters. This can be mostly overcome by using Styles. While Styles have their own rules, they make it easier to tie Area parameters together, which can also make it easier to define perennial plant mixes within a single Area.
Styles can be used across all scheduleable families/ categories and are accessed by creating a schedule key instead of scheduling building components (when creating a new schedule).
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