Garden style can be dramatic or naturalistic, depending on your preference. A garden that is designed in a dramatic fashion may feature large gardens with elaborate features such as fountains, streams, and ponds. A garden that is designed in a naturalistic fashion may feature smaller gardens with plants that are native to the area or flowers that are in season.
I would like to have a garden with plants that can grow in different climates. I think that includes plants that can grow in both sunny and shaded areas, as well as plants that can grow in cold weather. I also want to have a garden with plants that are easy to care for, so I might include plants that require little water or little attention.
A fountain or waterfall can be a relaxing addition to any room. Adding one can help create an atmosphere that is soothing and calming.
Green, yellow, and white flowers are common in gardens near tree-lined streets. However, other colors may also be found in a well-maintained garden, depending on the type of plants that are chosen. A garden near a busy street may have more brightly colored plants to contrast with the colors of the traffic.
Gardeners often find themselves lost and don't know which way to go. This can be frustrating and time-consuming. Here are some pathways and stepping stones that can help you navigate the garden more easily.
Tools, materials and skills that have been used in the construction of this treehouse. Local materials were used to build this treehouse including stones and bricks. The treehouse was built using simple hand tools and skills that are common to most people. The treehouse can be easily repaired or replaced if necessary, which is another benefit of using local materials.