Spring Garden Design

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Summer is fast approaching, and we can’t complain about that. After the struggle through the cold and wet winter, it’s time for our gardens to be reborn into the pretty summer garden they’re destined to be. This isn’t going to happen overnight, and it isn’t going to happen without some hard work and dedication. But now the weather is a bit warmer, it’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the sun, and have some fun in the garden whilst transforming it. Here’s a few ideas we’ve got for a pretty summer garden.


Garden design is everything. By design we’re talking about the way your garden looks from the decorative features such as plants, tree, and bushes that you put in. For plants, there are plenty of different ones that you can choose from. As long as you’re picking an array of different colours, your garden will look beautiful and bright no matter what.  Keeping in mind how the different plants will look as the seasons change is important so that your garden looks good all year round. If you’re going to have a hedge, you need to make sure you’re maintaining it. You'll need the best hedge trimmer, and you could even follow a guide online that shows you how to create designs. When it comes to trees, you need to make sure you’re getting the right ratio so you don’t drown out the rest of your garden. Blossoming fruit trees are a very beautiful choice.


There are some accessories that can make your garden stand out from the others. For one, you’ve got hanging baskets.  You can fill them with plants suited for containers - especially trailing plants, and they’ll brighten up any garden. Another one that we’re really loving is the metal white bench look.  Add in a white metal table and chairs, and your garden becomes rather quaint, and it’s just something a bit different to the usual outdoor furniture set.  Another option for garden accessories is to take a trip to your local gardening store and purchase one of the many garden statues and other items that will be available.  There are many options and you'll be sure to find something unique for your garden.