Your outdoor space is just as vital and important as you’re inside space. Landscaping can not only raise your property value and make your neighbors happy; it can be an exciting and creative project, a new spin on yard maintenance. So maybe you’ve just bought a home with a big back yard space, but it’s just sitting there like a blank canvas in serious need of some lawn care. On the other hand, perhaps you’ve let your former design go, and you’re ready for something fresh, either way, lawn care, can improve not only the aesthetics of your life, but also the financial value of your home. You’ll want to start thinking about designs, what types of yard care are you interested in. With so many to choose from it can be hard to discover what you want, there are, Japanese, Chinese, modern, classic, do you want stepping stones or gravel walk ways, should you have water features? There are so many choices; we couldn’t possibly cover them all, so we’ll talk about three ideas to help inspire you to start your yard care project.
1. The Country English Garden To fans of Jane Austen, and the like, it won’t be hard to find inspiration in this classic form of garden. You’ll want to spend hours reading beside the common aromatic plants so often found in the classic English landscaping design. At the time it was practical as well as aesthetically pleasing, and now, it can help add a sweet and constant fragrance to your space. Some ideas for types of herbs to plant would be sage, and lavender, both have strong but highly pleasant scents. If you plant these near the door, you’ll find yourself wanting to leave the door open and let the scent in. The lavender will add not only scent but also one of the staple colors of the country garden. The English garden design offers you a infinite supply of romance, and a place to enjoy yard care. These are just a couple features of the limitless English country design.
2. The Tuscany The rich earth tones of Tuscany designs are not only popular but also work well in almost any environment. The lush design often either features stonework, in the form of outdoor tile, or graveled off areas that could easily be used to entertain. Consider adding things like creeping vines to give your yard a more rustic and authentic look. Create your own private get away by using tall shrubbery, or perhaps a wall of grape vines to accentuate the rest of you space. Your yard care will be a breeze in this rich and rustic getaway.
3. The modern garden Modern gardens are all about clean lines, richness, yet keeping things under control as to offer low lawn maintenance, for a modern lifestyle. This look is accented by walkways made of clean rectangular blocks spaced reasonably apart, and often emphasized by lots of lush greenery. Moss can be used between the walkway stones to make the gray pop and add contrast to the lines.
These are just three ideas, which would add value to your outdoor space, keep in mind the yard care that suits you best.