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|Posted on April 15, 2015 at 2:28 PM||comments (0)|
No matter what you want to do in your yard, any landscaping you want to do will require a little knowledge. A lack of knowledge will lead to disaster, so read every word of this article and it will help you lead your landscape project in the right direction.
Fill your yard with native plants. Native plants are easier to care for because they are already comfortable in your climate and soil. This is good because they will be low-maintenance. Your local gardening store will be able to advise you about the types of plants that will thrive in the area that you live.
Speak with a professional before beginning any landscaping work on your yard. They can often give advice that will save you from making a costly mistake. If you don't have a lot of experience with landscaping, this is probably even more important for you to do.
Choose from a wider variety of plants and save money by shopping online. Plenty of websites offer high quality products, usually at reasonable prices. Read customer reviews before ordering to ensure a quality product. Be sure to shop around and compare prices.
A good way to help plants survive is to utilize peat moss. Peat moss gives your plants lots of nutrients that they may otherwise be lacking. Also, peat moss looks very attractive when used correctly.
Make use of curvy borders along the perimeter of your plants. The soft lines are more appealing. As someone looks at your home from your street and sees the curved borders, they will not be focused on straight lines of your home's more hardscape elements.
Re-doing your landscape is like remodeling a room inside your home, and a small amount of knowledge can take you a very long way. Educate yourself as much as possible so that you can come up with a solid plan that will result in a beautiful looking landscape.