By Altmann Lehmann. garden design. Published at Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 - 11:54:47 AM.
And moreover, when planning new plants, they should be chosen according to the ecological conditions of the place – sun or shade, humidity, nutrients in the soil, alkaline or acid soil etc. Plants with opposite ecological demands can not be planted close together.
Every garden benefits from good garden design. Whatever your expectations are, planning and design are essential. One of the first questions I ask a client (as a design consultant) is ”what do you want from your garden?” The planning will focus on these needs and create a personalized garden that can be enjoyed by everyone for years to come.
When designing your garden, make sure that you design every corner of your garden. People will not only look at one side, people will look at your entire garden to check your creation. So start imagining your garden as a whole rather than taking just one specific area. For people who have limited space, try figuring out what design will look good that won’t disorder your limited space. The answer in making your garden look attractive is not by putting a lot of plants but by adding some tools that will enhance the look of your garden.
A gate fixed to a wall or fence surrounded with climbing plants creates the illusion that the garden continues beyond the boundaries. A well-executed trompe l’oeil doorway painted on a wall framed with evergreen planting and climbers is a simple, fun way to add interest and give the appearance of more space. Using diminishing sized pots, plants or statuary, or narrowing a path as it approaches the boundary will create a false perspective that makes the garden seem larger.
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