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Garden Landscaping and Design Ideas

Garden Landscaping and Design Ideas

In case all you're looking for is inspiring garden design, then you're in the right site. Just read along and find out some garden landscaping ideas that will help you get started when planning a garden. If you're a beginner then this is how you should go about it.

List your wants

For successful garden design landscaping, start by listing everything that you want to have in your landscape. Consider how you would want to use the area. For instance, if you have children, you might need a playing area or a trampoline. Be sure not to forget about your pets such as a dog because they might need a space for running around. In short, list everything and consider how the whole space and garden is going to be used including the paths.

Decide where to start

Have your priorities right and start work with the area that will motivate you to do more. If you asked me to advise you on matters of garden landscaping ideas, I would recommend that you start with the front yard.

Clean up

I know you didn't see this coming but as you know, nothing worthwhile comes on a silver platter. In home landscaping, this is probably the most important part. Start with your lawn. You need to mow it as well as give it a proper raking. Ensure you remove all the thatch as well as any debris.

Weed all the garden beds

If you know how to differentiate the weeds from perennials, then you're good to go but if you don't, then you can ask for help from an experienced gardener.

Edge the garden beds

Create a clear boundary between the grass and your garden area. You don't need an expert to do this. Simply get a flat-edged shovel and then cut along the edge of the garden beds. If you're creative enough, you won't find it hard to add some gentle curves. Sounds simple right? Of course, garden design landscaping is never a complicated task. You can also create an edge using the edging materials such as plastics.

Mulch

Mulch will create a tidier look to your garden. Again, it also suppresses weeds as well as help in retaining soil moisture. As you layer it, the mulch should not be thicker than 4 inches and again, it should not be too much around the base of your plants.

Where to do the edging

When edging the lawn, do it along sidewalks and your drive. In that way, you create eyeliner and it will make it very beautiful. It's advisable that you get a gas-powered edger if the lawn is overgrown. Otherwise, electric edger will be just fine.

After all the hard work, take time to enjoy the spectacular view. Appreciate and enjoy the beauty of the good-looking garden that you've always dreamt of. Celebrate your wins, not your misses in planning your garden.

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Arun Kumar

The old adage is that hindsight is always 20/20. Seven years ago, I embarked on a journey as a serial entrepreneur. I built my very first business in India and later expanded to the US. In weathering the ups and downs of several business brands, I discovered my passion for the digital platform.

I could see a huge opportunity to connect home buyers and sellers with quality information and service providers. That led to the birth and co-founding of HelpFindingMyAgent.com


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