The Garden

There is complete silence in the garden – just keep it simple.

A garden is a sacred place where the hustle and bustle of daily life can be avoided. But if your garden feels uncomfortable and uncomfortable, it’s hard to relax and let your mind wander.

If you can’t put your finger on what keeps your body in good shape, the following tips will help you simplify, plan, and plan to create a truly cohesive posture.

Remove the trash outside

Although there are no clear dogs around, a deep eye reveals weeds, broken branches, old trees, dead trees, and other rotting vegetation affecting produce flow.

If the factory crashes or does not work on your system, you can turn it off or run it again. Once you’ve collected all this good compost, throw it in the compost pile so you can get fertile soil next year.

Draw a big picture

Think of your garden as a picture. The neatly arranged photos and images are easy to read in a second because they have simple-bold shapes, refreshing shots, different shades, and a sense of stability.

You may not think about it very much, but any small obstacles in your field of vision until the weeds disappear or dry out in a significant way will cause unstable instability that can damage some functional structure. Identify and remove barriers.

Describe your colors

Will you buy plants that suit your color? Or do you cultivate what is beautiful in the yard? The preferred method of naturalization has advantages, but it is very difficult to eliminate the planting of a rainbow of different flowers.

Some flowers may look beautiful shortly, but when they are far away, they bend and spin like shiny trash.

To handle your beds, force yourself to choose the right paint in only a few colors. Once you’ve established your own guidelines, it’s easier to choose the most beautiful trees in your area.

Make even flowers

When drawing color plans in advance, avoid using the same color scheme unless you have a good reason to do so.

Salvia fire truck red flowers look great on a large back of lime or cardboard leaves, but spreading between Chartreuse coleus can cause discomfort.

So instead of mixing Viola with purple, yellow calendula, and silver mills in equal proportions, let each carry more weight. Imagine swimming with purple and bright yellow pops in a lounge area swath of silver.

Select a location to use

We don’t look at things from a purely human perspective. There’s always a place with plastic pots, empty tree sacks, dead plants, and other bric-a-brac accumulating until you throw them away. Instead of completely removing this area, resolve to clean it up and make it a clean, working area.

If possible, choose an area with a spigot to clean your yard equipment. Set aside a well-defined area, and dispose of garden waste in trash cans. Create a workplace free of weeds and weeds by laying pavers or even mulch.

Create a sharp plan

There’s a reason to love our weed-free grass, which is well planted and well-groomed: It makes silly products that we can easily find without mistakes. A lawn with a lighter shape is not only easier to cut but also easier on the eyes.

Keep your borders neat and clean so that even the most uncomfortable grass looks like a suit and tie. Add a floor covering to the border of your beds (border lawn and boxwood are the traditional options) to make the border more contrasting and gently guide the eyes around the world.

Do the repetition

Different types of bulbs, shrubs, and clutter are always ignored because there are no pictures that can tell us where we are looking. When the ceiling of the bulb or pile of bushes is repeated inside the garden, our eye connects the drops and follows wherever it goes.

You can do a lot by repeating the same form around the world. Put cool plants in a quiet garden, or simulate your roof ridge and create an evergreen shrub.

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