A garden design is a theme or style on which you build the look and feel of your garden. This can be done with plants, ornaments, water features or furniture. The use of an aviary or bird feeder can often attract native wildlife and also serve as decoration. Depending on the work area, a specific garden design can be created, or you can select one yourself from a catalog.
There is usually a recurring theme or style in garden design, for example a “classic” look could be created using a white picket fence and uniform bushes. The use of colors can contribute to a certain appearance, as black and gray are often associated with an urban theme, while shades of brown are more traditional.
There is often room in your garden for a children’s swing or a climbing frame. If you rearrange the space in your garden to use it efficiently, you can create more space.
Garden design is usually a long-term investment as it can be very expensive. This means that you may have to deal with maintenance. Fences may need to be repainted, bushes pruned or pruned, and you need to prevent overgrowth and remove weeds regularly.
In summary, a garden design is an opportunity to discover the potential of your garden, not only to express yourself, but also to facilitate hobbies such as gardening, even when it comes to maintenance.