The era of analog drawing is coming to an end. Computer-generated visualizations are pushing sketches and drawings increasingly into the background and are fundamentally changing the representation of landscape architecture. For the Berlin-based landscape architect and sculptor Udo Dagenbach, sketches are not only a universal communication medium but also an essential design tool. Sketch for Green invites the reader to take a stroll through analog works and internationally realized projects from the last 40 years. The focus is on topics related to landscape architecture and sculptures made of wood, stone, and plants, rounded off by portraits, furniture, and jewelry designs.