Planting a garden this summer? If so, how do you go about setting it up, and making the most of a limited space?
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If you have tight quarters to work with, but want a gorgeous space to enjoy, these are a few tips to consider allowing you to make the most out of any space you have.
Consider growing up
Stacked flower pots, long vines, and flowing trees, are a few great options. If you don't have too much ground space to work with, why not work your way up? You can incorporate several colours, varieties, and different arrangements which will look great.
Choose the right soil
Your garden is only going to grow with the right soil. So, don't skimp on low quality soil which will cause plants to wilt, die, and won't grow over the summer months. The right fertilizer is also going to help your plants grow, and help your garden flourish.
Go with colour
Add a variety of flowers, colours, and blends. You don't have to keep it simple, you can make your garden stand out with the right colour blends. And, as long as you take the time to properly choose the floral arrangements and patterns, you don't have to worry about the space looking tacky or over the top.
There is no single way to go about creating a garden space. Although you do have to account for the area you live (weather, rain, sun, etc), you don't have to completely limit yourself when creating the garden space. So keep these simple tips in mind when you are setting up your garden space and when you want to create a space which is not only going to look good, but is also going to stand out no matter how small the space you are working with is.