The garden design is definitely not an easy task. Otherwise, why are so many homeowners hiring gardeners? Because in addition to the respective plant care, the well-planned, structured garden is just as important, and is even becoming more and more important. Ultimately, you don’t want to have beautiful flower beds spread out chaotically in your garden, right?
We have often talked about suitable garden furniture. Now we have put together a picture gallery and useful tips for you that answer the following question directly: How do you design your own garden with eye-catching island beds or with beautiful perennials as bed edges. And the garden also looks structured and well cared for.
It would be helpful to be able to properly rethink every decision in life. The same applies to the dream garden: you should have a precise idea for the use of the available space. Should the open area be designed in a natural and flowing manner or rather symmetrically with geometric lines? Do you like small, practical flower beds or large groups of plants? How about a walkway through it? Project planning is essential here. That is why we would like to explain the steps of garden design with perennials to you today.
Let’s assume you want to create several small island beds with perennials, e.g. up to a meter wide. What should be considered? First and foremost, a bed looks varied in the monotonous garden, it is a real eye-catcher. In the second place, it is easy to put on, regardless of its shape. How is that done?
You start with the edging. You cannot disturb the curb stones while mowing. The lawn is removed within the formed bed and compost and soil are added. Then the island bed can be planted as usual. Don’t let the shape limit you: a bed looks charming in a round, straight and unusual shape.
Planting: Carefully selected perennial shrubs will delight you anew every spring. The island bed would be perennial plants such as daylilies, lavender, king moth, holy flowers. Spice up the sun hat and ivy species. How does a herb bed sound like? Then different types of mints and rosemary would be very appropriate, especially herbs that also have decorative properties.
The perennials can also serve as a structured walkway border. A well-planned perennial bed brings structure to your garden. In addition, in full bloom it will appear to contrast with the usual lawn. Any plant species such as sage, iris and geranium are planted so that the short plants are in front of the tall ones. This keeps the distance between the plant varieties. It is laid out as with the island bed, only here mulch is added. After planting, you need to water the perennials twice a week.
Tip: with a large number of perennials, you need to choose those that bloom at the same time. Otherwise the overall look will appear inconsistent.
As an additional decorative object, you could equip the garden with a pond or lay it in an interesting way with stepping stones so that a walkway is formed.
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