Beautiful flower beds can seem hard to get and maintain, but if you start your planning earlier, it’s easier than you think. If you want to set your yard apart from others on the block with creative flower beds, here are some of the ways that you can get started.
A Perennial Flower Bed
Perennial plants are ideal for getting flower beds that will provide you with happiness year after year. Instead of planting over and over without any concrete results, perennials will last a long time and keep your yard beautiful without too much extra effort. These flower beds flourish in warm weather, but you can start planning them during the cooler months.
A Tree-Base Flower Bed
If you have a few smaller trees in your back yard or front yard, you can use them as the base for your flower beds. Using bricks, paver stones, rocks, or small plants, mark off the border of the flower bed before planting. Then, you can place plants and flowers at the base of the tree. Before committing to this style of lower bed, you should make sure that the plants underneath can survive in lower levels of sunlight and that they won’t draw too much moisture or nutrients from the tree.
A Side Yard Flower Bed
Side yard flower beds are very popular, partially because most people don’t know what to do with their side yards! Long, narrow spaces are actually perfect for planting flower beds and adding a pop of color to your home without losing the rest of your yard. You will also have a bit more space to play around with, so consider adding fun garden accents like clay pots, a wheelbarrow, or a water can.
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