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Tips for Creating a Low Maintenance Garden

A bit of common sense is all that’s required to make the most of low-maintenance gardening. Actually, you just need to implement the right plans and watch the plants thrive on their own. The most important part of landscaping is the design. You need to set up a proper layout before you can start landscaping. Analyse the site and make sure you choose plants that will not give you a hard time in terms of maintenance.

Example of a Low Maintenance Garden

It is essential that you come up with a good design as it is crucial in making your garden look beautiful. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the plants must be placed perfectly. Neither does it need a lot of hard work. Appropriate knowledge of gardening is more than enough to make your garden stand out, and that too cost-effectively. Here are a few essential that you need to look into before you execute your design plan. You can also take the advice of landscape and garden designers before you proceed.

Light

It’s no secret that plants require light to grow. You need to evaluate the amount of light that your site requires, and make provisions for the same when the sun goes down. Do a research on how much light is required for each phase of the particular plant’s growing season.

Moisture

The content of moisture in your property’s soil will affect the pattern of your garden. Find out the basics of the soil – whether it is wet or dry. Once the conditions of soil moisture are determined, you may either opt to grow plants that will thrive in the particular conditions, or change the soil to accommodate the growth of plants that you prefer. Here’s a thumb rule – place the plants that require a lot of water together. Likewise, the ones that don’t require as much water must be placed together. If you are in doubt, don’t hesitate to ask professional garden design services for assistance.

Vegetables

A vegetable garden is an inexpensive proposition, but it does require a good amount of effort from your end in order to flourish. The soil needs to be fertile if you are to grow any veggies. However, you may have the soil replaced to favour growth conditions. The advantage of growing vegetables is that, apart from looking great, they are also edible!

Explore these options and more to enjoy a picturesque garden that does not present maintenance woes throughout the year.