PRO ADVANTAGE LANDSCAPING
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|Posted on April 15, 2015 at 9:14 AM|
Does your yard look terrible? Your status as the neighborhood outcast doesn't have to be permanent. Rather, use the ideas in this piece to add beauty to your yard and increase its overall appeal.
Prior to starting a landscaping project, think about making a sketch so you can see what it will look like. A sketch helps you visualize results, giving you a much better idea of what materials you are going to need to finish your project. Not to mention that it's easier to change a sketch than rearranging plants and such once they are planted.
Add soft curves to the edges of your rock beds and flower beds for an instant update. Curved beds are a lot more up-to-date as opposed to straight lines and sharp corners. If you invest the time in putting new, curved edges on your plantings and flower beds, you may be surprised by the significant impact this affordable alteration can make.
When landscaping, use local plants. Native varieties require less attention because they are living in an environment that is naturally conducive to their growth. This also means they will be low-maintenance. Visit your local gardening center to find out more about plants native to your particular area.
When you landscape, make sure you know the differences between annuals and perennials, you also want to know what kind of shrubs, plant, or flowers work best in different areas. Seasonal variations are an important consideration as well. You must be aware of this information to ensure that you get the results that you want.
Armed with the information you have read, and any more you find, you can create a lawn that could be the envy of the neighborhood and make them think you are a guru. Of course you will have to convince them that you were the mastermind, since they will expect you to have hired a pro. Good luck with that!
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