There are many variations in which to beautify your garden. Whether you live in a home with a large backyard, or an apartment with very limited space, you can create a heavenly sanctuary for peace and serenity. Adding greenery with faux grass to your patio can work wonders if needed. Make a stunning statement with your flower beds by placing decorative borders around them for a whimsical, and accentuated look.
If perhaps you have a narrow pathway, a nice strategy would be to layer up, instead of out with generous mixes of vines. Be extremely carefully working back to front, layering in your heights (tall, med, and short), while adding beautiful color variations, and texture. Amp up your patio or terrace with a crevice garden, adding moss, grass, or flowers in between removing a few pavers.
Create some backyard fun with a hanging a hammock between trees, and surrounding lights to enjoy your ultimate relaxation time while winding down. Go fancy with chandelier planters. Yes, you can add small planter pots by replacing and removing the electricals, and voila! You’ve created beautiful vintage charm for your backyard. Get really creative with adding a colorful plant to a hanging tire. Utilizing fun colours in spray paint and hanging chain, you’ve added more charm and elegance to your space!
Just a few tips to keep in mind when planning your garden: Calculate your budget for buying plants, soil and decoration. It’s o.k. to start out small, especially for your favorite perennials, you can always add more over time. If possible, you can rebuild and/or refurbish your furnishings with a new fresh paint job, or giving them a new purpose.
It’s always good to use bright vivid colours, and patterns when planning your garden space. With your combined greens, textures, and furnishings, it all comes together and brings it alive. Here are some suggestive plants and flowers you can start to create an aesthetic appeal for your spring garden. The Day Lily, which comes in beautiful yellow, gold and orange. Honeysuckles are beautiful oranges that transition well for the summer. Hydrangeas in beautiful pinks and sky blue are the perfect backdrop.
If you love a tropical look, try adding Birds of Paradise, Anthuriums, Orchids, Lotus, and Plumerias. Bougainvilleas grow abundantly, and well on pergolas. All of which would provide and exotic feel to your space. If space permits add a cabana, and you’ll certainly have an oasis paradise, right in the confines of your very own home!