Spring Forward! Here’s How to Revamp Your Landscape Design

Jeffrey Teodoro

Flower arranging is an art that extends to planning your own landscape design. Some people prefer a natural-looking garden, while others choose something more formal and "put-together." While planning your garden's layout can be intimidating, there are many simple things you can do to make your design stand out.

Start With a Color Theme

Begin with a neutral palette and then incorporate a pop of color and texture into the design. Whether it’s a new shrub, flower bed, or pathway, these variations will add interest to your space. Also, remember that some plants are seasonal so think about incorporating them into your landscaping. For example, you may use them as a year-round accent plant or theme.

Create a Floral Garden Centerpiece

A focal point is always a good idea, and if you don't have ample space to work with, you can still utilize flowers that bloom at different times of the year. A perennial flower bed or garden will give you years of enjoyment, but consider using annuals or shrubs if your space doesn't allow for one. You can even use an existing tree or plant to create this feature.

Use Colorful Containers

Containers such as urns are great for gardening because they allow you to use various vegetation with a mix of colors in a small space. Depending on the season, you can arrange them in an exciting pattern or place them in a line. Use containers filled with annuals or perennials as well as succulents and sedums.

Incorporate Garden Elements

Landscape styles vary from formal to natural; it's important to choose elements that will go well with your aesthetic. Choose appropriate plants for the location and season; some plants may be more suitable for warmer climates while others are better suited for cooler locations.

If you're working with an existing garden design, remember that some plants will grow better than others. For example, roses love shade while tropical plants like palms need lots of sunshine. When choosing other garden elements like stepping stones, fences, and patio furniture, consider how they will fit into the style of your space.

Once you have these things prepared, you will be able to create an attractive space that reflects your personal style. The more you plan before starting construction or renovation work, the easier it will be for you to create a unique garden.

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