Tips for great landscape on small garden area
If you want to make a small plant bed, choose a theme or style. You will have to organize the development and the design on a small scale. A theme provides a single focus, which turns allows you to enjoy the landscape as a whole, rather than being distracted by misplaced details. Here, the theme is a tropical Bistro. Large, tropical plants including philodendron (against the fence) and huge Queen Caudata (on the left) paved the way. A casual dining room set creates the determination.
Plants, accents, stone slabs, walls and paving
Ensure that plants, accents, steps, walls and paving look good together. Nothing more accurate investigation escapes in a small garden. This simple fountain has big, bold forms, to make a statement, which contrasts the delicate flowers and the foliage with reddish tones of the Redwood shingles.
All parts in the mosaic fit well together
Keep in mind how plants, path and accents will work together. With so few elements, all parts in the mosaic must fit together well. Here, the Red wooden environment is pretty unobtrusive and pleasant look like the garden.
Organize the paved surfaces
Organize the paved surfaces, so they combined well with the style of the House. The simple, natural style of the garden fits perfectly to the dominant materials and the textures. The black painted roof construction is taken up by the border that is used up on the walls of the garden.
Fresh scent and attractive foliage
Choose plants with a range of sheet sizes, colors and flowering times, but keep the number of different plant species to a minimum. The far-field lawn from a single plant looks much bigger than same area with three or four different types of plants to. Each selected type that served multiple purposes will be ideal. Here Jasmin contributes scent and attractive foliage, and a trailing habit, which helps to soften a masonry.
If you can not away encounter the garden walls, you can go the still upward. Vertical accents and changes distract the attention from the garden borders and make it feel more spacious. Frames in this example the strong vertical huge Queen Caudata separates a raised lounge area in one corner of the garden.
Fresh natural beauty
A sharp corner is not a regular part of nature, so anything you do to hide your garden natural right angles and more pleasant to look helps. Here, a white Lantana draws attention to itself.
Oversized plant leaves – exotic species
brightening the dark nights in the garden
The plan is very important and useful – you make before you begin to design the garden