Dream garden design idea mean so much to so many people that are difficult to define. What’s with precision, a good garden? For a thorough loving plant, is the replacement of a beautiful collection? He or she may not be worried about garden design while the plants are healthy and beautiful. For someone with artistic sensibilities, on the other hand, the design and composition are important. But given that most gardeners combine love of plants with artistic taste, the best gardens combine a wide and interesting range of plants nice and original design. Fortunately the garden of quick strategy is no exception to this: the fact reach early maturity not necessarily entails the abandonment of the standard, it is just a different way of achieving the same objectives.
The first step you anyway, is what you want and how long you are going to spend, either create or maintain once established. A good garden A good garden needs to provide more than just a feast for the eyes; the demands placed on it vary according to the needs of its owner. A social area with furniture and, if possible, a quiet corner or seat in which to enjoy the solitude normally required; when children play area is essential. This involves a lot area of lawn, a pool with sand, a place for outdoor toys and swings or climbing frames. Such objects may break your aesthetic needs, but if the garden is well planned and well-designed will be integrated seamlessly.
In these days of environmental threats, the gardens are increasing their importance as wildlife refuges and, for many people; the wildlife has become a hallmark of a well-planned garden. Some uninvited guests, particularly biting insects or reptiles may not be liked by everyone, but who dislikes the presence of songbirds and butterflies? In earlier times, large ornamental gardens were created to impress, announcing the wealth and power of their owners.
The modern private gardens are much more intimate, of course, but may still be a way to impress visitors and the gardens of the front of the house, where are visible to passing, usually planted quite differently the garden to the rear, much more intimate. Wanting to impress visitors is not just a matter of vanity. If you are trying to sell your home, for example, potential buyers will react more favorably to a stunning garden in front of an immature or to a careless mass planting. In this case, the need for a mature garden aspect may be urgent.
Food grown at home again become popular and people book increasingly part of their land to cultivate, at least some of their own food. Interestingly, a garden of culinary use well designed and well equipped, can be as beautiful as the green of the most elegant flowers and as it reaches maturity in a single season is a beautiful strategy of rapid development. A sustainable interest No matter what use will give him a good garden has timeless qualities.
From day to day, as the season’s progress, changes its appearance. There are periods, usually in early summer, which is in lowest form. But it should not be so tempting in winter and summer, even if it has less color. In cold climates, where frosts are a constant feature of the winter, trees and shrubs are the only plants that can become meaningful. · Lively to harmonize with the austere winter forms of deciduous trees Plants. From bright holly foliage and conifers in different ways than in its wide range of shades of gold, green and enrich the flora winter garden.
Dream garden Design Part of the art of applying these strategies is careful planning, so you know exactly how you want it distributed the garden is an important first step, which must be executed carefully before you start planting. Allow the existence of areas of social use, patios, terraces or even a pond or swimming pool. As will need to be paved, it is preferable that the materials seem aged so that they have a more attractive appearance. · If you are building a new wall, consider installing fasteners to support climbing plants and thus encourage coverage develops at full speed. The eye bolts and wires or other media can be inserted as the wall rises.
Plan and bordures parterres areas to accommodate both young plants and large specimens as too dense plantations. Principles planting and plant association apply to both the garden of tricks like any other. The idea of tricks is to achieve these principles as quickly as possible. Planting should be done as shapes, colors, textures, and other indefinable qualities of certain plants loosely called “characters”. The plants used are grouped into three main categories.
Every garden needs your profile. Some of the main lines come immediately given by buildings, structures, large trees that are outside the perimeter, pergolas and items like that. The rest is given by the plantation. Perimeter plants, usually trees and shrubs come in a variety of forms ranging from tall and thin to low and spreading shape, are the most commonly seen in winter when scarce colored flowers. Below the perimeter line are the plants of the lower level. These are plants that occur spontaneously under the trees and can be seen in the lower strata of the forest, along roads, in the margins of fields or prairie hay. In the gardens are usually herbaceous plants and small shrubs. For planting line, you will need something bigger and more striking: plants that attract attention for them, plants having an unusually large development in a short period of time or bushes suddenly covered with bright flowers.
Plants I call the “star performers” because they are extremely showy when in full swing, but present only during a small part of the year. They should never detract from the overall harmony of the plantation: a sharp contrast can be like the touch of a few dishes at the climax of a piece of music, but a hideous color contrast can be as percussionist dropping dishes in a wrong time.
Trees and shrubs are generally the most useful for perimeter plants as they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from tall and thin to the low and spreading shape. The trees spread their branches in winter and provide shade in summer. The perennials also highlighted in winter, mixing in summer by planting background when the rapid growth of herbaceous plants takes center stage. Place colors, textures and characters in pleasant associations, so that there are changes in tone, not just one part of the garden to another, but also during the four seasons.
Put some plants “star performers” between planting fund to provide a center of changing interest. Rhododendrons, lilies bushes, giant Verbascum, or a sudden burst of tulips in a flowerbed can be extraordinarily beautiful. Great tricks main commitment of this article is to show how it is possible; with a design strategy and specific planting simulate maturity and height in a garden in a relatively short period of time. By maturity I mean something that can be measured by more than by chronology appearance. The idea of using special tricks to get results in a few years can be applied in an already established as a newcomer garden spot.
The territory may have been “growing” for decades, but have produced little more than perennials and bedding plants. Perhaps no more than plants that cover the ground, or the previous owners just planted trees and cut the grass. Each of these gardens will adapt well to these tricks of rapid development, but there are different shortcuts, from the instant garden to the more subtle performances at midterm. So, before you start, you must decide how “strategic” you want your garden. What is the time available? Do you want your garden to endure during a single season?
If your home is being sold, the chances of success are at what you do. But if you are not planning an early move, and is fortunate to have at least a little patience, perhaps you will be more satisfied with a hybrid halfway between an instant garden (so refers to the rapid effects ), and a longer term design even permanent. Perhaps the ideal, either rapid development or otherwise, is in the intention of getting a garden that has a good appearance almost immediately but also can be improved more and more. How to keep up appearances matter how beautiful a garden can be, maintenance will always be a crucial factor in the politics of planting and design.
Leisure time is more abundant today than in the early years of s. when there were large gardens, but few families would now willing to develop every weekend laborious tasks; so these must be minimized. At the time of designing, decide how long you will be willing to devote to the garden and plan accordingly. Vegetables, formal flowerbeds and a large number of pots in the garden will need more care than shrubs or ground cover plants.
The lawns need to be aired regularly and paid every so often. Roses need to be pruned and kept free of pests. Some perennials should be divided every year and must be planted annuals. It would be unwise to opt for all these activities, but some of them will be necessary if you want a really interesting and productive garden. Some techniques involve rapidly developing more maintenance than a conventional garden need. Others need a special effort at the beginning, when being installed and while definitively established, but end up saving long-term work once they have completed their construction and planting.