Published at Thursday, May 17th 2018. by Opal Castro in Front Yard.
* The complete garden will be on look as a whole. There is no room for hidden paths or even division in to individual rooms.
A decorative garden is one that focuses on plants that will have the largest visual impact per square foot without any consideration for edible, or in some other way functional plant. A functional garden on the other hand focuses on maximizing the yield per square foot of plants that can be eaten or used in some other productive manner (i.e. Aloe Vera for burns). Finally, a hybrid garden focuses on a cross between these two different concepts. It tries to produce a high yield of useful plants, while at the same time creating visual interest within the garden space.
You can use Blue Salvia to connect three planting regions. Once you have made the garden you can shade it form the main street. For this purpose you can use a variety of plants including the Yaupon Holly. This provides a bit of privacy to your small garden.
o While designing the front yard, make sure that green plain lawns are a part of it. Neatly designed pathways will improve the view of the landscape. There can be two three small areas where flowered plants grow. Soft sands can be used to bring good look for the pathways in the front yard.
But only trees and the size of the garden are not enough. Textures can also play a big part in expanding the size of a small garden. Though you can choose your own texture, you may also use brick for the patio area, natural stone for the walking area and a crushed rock that contrasts with the surroundings for the rest of the area.
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