Introduce something new to your landscape and see it transform into something even greater. From added protection from harmful weather elements to clever use of space, this article will give you 5 short but sweet updates which you can complete in a snap!
If you have plants which have complicated water needs, avoid excess water from intermittent showers with a clear roofing. It can divert rainwater into a rainwater collecting system while still allowing enough sunlight to penetrate and nourish your plants.
This space-efficient shelf system frees up yard space while still retaining an impressive collection of greens. Sparsely plant your herbs and minimalist plants to achieve a living mosaic for your walls.
Evergreens and Perennials
For low maintenance gardening that even those without a green thumb can achieve, pick evergreens and perennials which can withstand or simply regrow with the seasons. This helps you maintain your curb appeal without spending so much time tending and trimming your plants. Aside from that, there’s more time to lounge outside and appreciate their bloom. If, however, you’re more serious in pursuing gardening as a hobby, evergreens and perennials are a great way to start your journey.
Aside from vertical shelves, you can use boxes attached to your exterior walls for a neat, tucked in garden. You can also box plots to create borders and direct foot traffic. Boxes also protect your plants from unwanted parasites. Who said fences need to be inanimate and boring when you’vé got plant boxes defining your territory in its lush way?
Wood adds a rustic touch and lasting elegance to your landscape. When installing one, make sure it’s been rid of pests and nails. Also make sure that it has been sealed well to prevent water from seeping in and destroying its quality from the inside out.