Three Steps to a Beautiful Spring Garden

Spring usually begins from March through May, depending on your geographical location and what the climate is like that particular year. Your blooms will last longer during a chilly spring, possibly for several months.

If you have always wanted a beautiful flower garden, now is the time to make it a reality. Creating a flower garden is both enjoyable and rewarding – good for your physical and mental health and contributes to growing and maintaining balance on our beautiful  planet, earth!

You will be off to a wonderful start if you follow this three-step approach.

3 Step-Formula for An Enchanting Spring Garden

A beautiful spring garden consists of more than just a few tulips and daffodils. These key design ideas will transform your spring garden from drab to fab.

1. Select A Lovely Spring Colour Palette and Fragrance

Colours like pink, lavender, and white, pastel colours give a timeless spring aesthetic. These gentle colours are simple to combine and are very easy on the eye. You can use them to frame an entryway, giving your front entrance a laid-back and comfortable look.

Spring and fragrant flowers seem to go together. Common lilac, peony, and hyacinth have wonderful scents that make your time outdoors a true delight. Incorporate aromatic plants into a foundation planting or near the front door to provide visitors with a pleasant scent on visits.

In your backyard, a hedge or privacy fence can fit the identical intent. If you do not have space for a huge woody vine, try one of the other scented spring beauties on our list.

2. In the Spring Garden, Keep Plant Scale and Size in Check

Plant a couple of huge spring-blooming plants away from the house. These rhododendrons' large swaths are brilliantly coloured and are ideal for drawing attention to vistas.

Make it as bright as possible if you want to make the most of the view from your back window. Save cute tiny flower combinations for a frequented walkway or an area near your favourite seating location.

Smaller plants, such as the yellow archangel, are more appropriate for these conditions and often have smaller blooms or more faint flower colours that are more difficult to spot from a distance and better appreciated in close view.

3. Trees and Shrubs Are Great for Your Garden Structure

Rhododendrons are not the only spring-flowering bushes that stand out. However, trees and shrubs give the general structure required for a visually appealing garden design.

Plus, spring-blooming annuals, perennials, and bulbs are ideal under a deciduous tree. The tiny plants will soak up the light and bloom profusely before being shaded out by the larger plants. Once the canopy forms, it shields the plant below from becoming overly crisp.

Flowering crab-apples and ornamental pears are beautiful in blossom, but trees do not have to be flowering to be impressive. Many have eye-catching features that are worth boasting about.

Have a wonderful spring!

Contact Living Windows

Ready to begin your spring garden? We have all the quality Niwaki gardening tools you need to get off to a great start! Alternatively, if you’re looking for something a little easier with minimal management, check out our seasonal plant boxes and our membership planting scheme that allows you to sit back and enjoy a spring garden created and regularly maintained just for you! If you’re looking for more inspiration, visit our website for more information. 

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