Top Tips on How to Beautify Your Small Garden

Calling all gardeners, your outdoor space can be made beautiful no matter the size! All you need is a few hints, tips, and tricks to make it happen. 

If you feel like a garden renovation project is on the cards this weekend, here are some points to check out. 

Go Vertical

When you can’t branch out, branch up! This is a mantra you can have for free. Some of the prettiest pots and flower arrangements benefit greatly when you introduce verticality into the mix. 

Whether you do this by hanging planters on your walls, setting up some flower-laden painted pallets for a rustic aesthetic, or erecting trellis and letting the vines climb to their heart’s content, there is plenty to achieve when approaching your small garden from a different angle. 

A Greenhouse

Greenhouses can be the bustling hub of floral delight, but they do tend to take up a great deal of space. 

Thankfully, there are some ideal solutions in the form of lean to greenhouses, a fabulous invention that can minimize clutter and still give you all the benefits of a pretty pothouse. 

Window Plants

Sometimes, a stark cutoff point between the house’s exterior and the garden can look fairly jarring, particularly in smaller spaces. 

To incorporate an all-encompassing look that highlights the looks of your entire property, window plants bridge the gap. 

Hanging planters and selecting color-coordinated flowers is a superb way to accentuate your space and create a cohesive aesthetic.

Avoid Overcrowding

It might seem counterintuitive to cut back on inclusions for your small garden, but it is quite the opposite. First, it helps to avoid overcrowding altogether. 

A crowded garden can obscure the true beauty of the nature at hand, so steps should be taken to ensure that you do not accidentally cover up your beautiful space. 

A good way to do this is to visualize your finished space before you go ahead and introduce any new elements, perhaps even creating a sketch while you are at it. 

Planting Under the Shade of Trees

If you wanted to free up some extra border space but wished to add layers to your aesthetic, you could always opt for some high-base trees and plant your flowers underneath their canopy. 

Many great flowers love a bit of shade, like the Azalea and the Camellia. However, not all plants possess an insatiable thirst for sunbeams, so do not be afraid to experiment with pairings. 

  • Tip – It is worth considering which time of year your flowers will burst into life, as this can help you decide on how best to use your space!

Maintenance is Essential

Mowing can feel like a huge chore, even in a smaller garden. However, it is nonetheless a vital part of a garden’s beauty routine, so it should not be skipped. 

Grass that gets out of hand can start to clutter your space, reducing its size and making it look uncared for. Plus, once you’ve mown the lawn, you will likely reveal the true beauty of all your hard work. 

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James Williams
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