By Are Hoffmann. garden idea. Published at Thursday, January 31st, 2019 - 19:02:17 PM.
Gardening ideas are a great source of inspiration for your garden, and every year people try and make the most of their garden in different ways. The size of your garden and what you want from your garden will decide what sort of things you can do with it.
The obvious thing to do is to plan based on your garden size. Traditionally this was done through the use of graph (or grid) paper and a pencil; today, technology is offering a helping hand. There are many programs now available that will help a gardener to come up with a look for their garden that will incorporate all of their gardening ideas. These programs allow a garden of any size to be planned. Water features, plants, lawns and rockeries can not only be shown in the plans, but also in 3D. This allows a gardener to view their garden plans and what it would look like in real life.
If you have a small garden, it might not be practical to have a lot of plants, or a shed or a lawn, or a play area for the children. You might agree to compromise with other members of the family, so that each family member can use the garden. You might be able to have your garden just the way you want it, possibly by scaling back some of your ideas, or not thinking on such a grand scale. You might just want to tidy your garden up, so that there’s somewhere to sit down outside during the summer.
Children will often want to get involved, and they should be encouraged to help you in the garden. Why not give them their own bit of garden or a couple of pots and some seeds, and see if they can grow something. By helping them with their own patch of garden, they will be able to see the differences between different sorts of plants, and understand the importance of looking after them.
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