If you’re like me, you love the idea of having a beautiful garden but don’t have much time to maintain it. You may find yourself spending more time clipping dead plant leaves than actually enjoying your garden. It doesn’t have to be this way. With a little planning and some easy tricks, you can have a beautiful garden that is low maintenance and fun to enjoy.
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Step 1: Start with a theme.
- Start with a theme. A theme is a way to help you focus on what you want to achieve with your garden, and it can be something as simple as “I’d like to grow flowers.”
- If you’re not sure which direction to go in, try looking at magazines or Pinterest for inspiration. Look at gardens that have the kind of style that appeals to you and take note of colours, materials used and features such as lighting or water features that stand out as interesting or unusual – these will all be useful when it comes time to plan your own garden design.
Step 2: Plan your planting scheme.
In order to make sure that your garden design is easy to maintain, it’s important to plan your planting scheme. Your planting scheme will be the arrangement of plants in your garden, and should be based on:
- Your theme
- Your budget
- The amount of space you have available (or want to use up)
- What types of plants you like best
Step 3: Decide on the hardscape materials.
In the third step of your garden design, decide on the hardscape materials. This involves making decisions about what you want to use for the structure of the garden and paths.
- Use durable and low maintenance materials that are easy to clean, repair, and replace. For example: concrete pavers (like bricks), stone slabs, or wood planks.
- Consider using recycled hardscape materials if you’re eco-friendly—this will save money in addition to helping the environment!
Step 4: Choose furniture and accessories.
Choosing furniture and accessories is one of the most important parts of a garden design. Most people want to sit down or lounge in their gardens, so furniture is essential for these purposes. When you’re choosing your furniture, keep these things in mind:
- Choose furniture that fits with your personality and lifestyle. If you like to entertain, then choose outdoor dining sets with plenty of seating where friends can sit down together to enjoy food and drinks outdoors. Or maybe you prefer a more relaxed look? In that case, try out some beautiful benches with cushions on them so people can relax while they admire their garden. Maybe even add some nice plants around the edges so it looks like they’re sitting inside a living room! Whatever works best for you will be perfect!
- Make sure it’s durable enough! Garden umbrellas are one example; if they don’t last long enough then there won’t be any point buying them anyway since it’ll just end up costing too much money (and who wants those kinds of headaches?). This goes double if there’s wind involved too; make sure whatever type of umbrella/awning etc., has strong enough materials supporting them so they won’t break easily when blown hard by strong winds – which obviously happen sometimes during storms or hurricanes.”
If you stick to these principles, you’ll be sure to have a beautiful garden that is easy to maintain.
Now that we’ve covered some basic principles for choosing plants, let’s talk about how to make your garden easy to maintain. By following these simple guidelines, you can create a beautiful and functional space that is low-maintenance and easy for anyone who uses it—both adults and children!
If you’ve been thinking about getting started with a garden, but don’t know where to start, this post should provide some inspiration. With the rise of gardening as an interest there are now so many resources available to help you get started on your own project! Gardening is also something that anyone can do, from beginners to experts alike.