When planting new plants, you’ll find that it can be quite challenging to decide where to plant them in your garden. This is where gardening landscape comes in to play. Ever notice that some garden looks organised and pretty while other gardens tend to look messy and disorganised? Owners with beautiful gardens have most likely planned the future look of their garden whereas the others have not thought about this. So before you start randomly planting around the garden, it’s essential to craft a plan on how you want the garden to look like. To help you get started, we’ve come up with the following tips below
The first step is always to plan ahead. When planning, ensure that your garden already looks good but at the same time have an idea on how you want it to look in the future when the plants are fully grown. When planning the space, it’s also ideal to leave some space around your garden where you can use for planting in the future. This will save you removing or throwing away any plants in the future when you’ve realised that you have to make some space.
There are thousands of plants to choose from, and it’s wise to pick a plant based on their size and their growth rate. Once you have an idea of what the plant can do, then you can effectively plant them in the right area. You may also want to find out which space in the garden tends to get the most light from the sun. Some plants would benefit in an area where they get the most light.
A well-designed garden tends to have a focal point where it attracts the most attention from visitors. A focal point can be anything including an object from a bench or a fountain. This is the most stunning area in your garden.