If you are tired of your garden looking dead and over grown all year long, here are a few tips to help you make it come alive and look like it’s flourishing…
Shaping up the existing trees and bushes
If your garden already has a lot of plants, trees and bushes, try to make use of them. Remove off and get rid of only the wild plants and plants that are harming the growth of the healthier plants around them. If you live n Sydney, then contact an arborist from Sydney tree Solutions PTY LTD based to remove the old and potentially dangerous trees. If you happen to have vines creeping up your trees, try to use them to create a lush picture instead of them making your garden look overrun and wild. Remember that some vines may actually be quite harmful to buildings and garden tiles; so those will have to be removed.
Planting the right kind of plants
How busy a person are you in general? Do you get to spend a lot of time with your plants? Or are you someone who can only give your plants a few minimum hours each week? Are you someone who can really take care of plants; or someone who kills off almost any plant they try to take care of? Think through these questions with care, as they will help you select the kind of plants ideal for your garden. For example; if you are someone who can spend a lot of time taking care of the garden; then introducing high maintenance plants to your garden is ok. If not, stick to succulents and other hard to kill off plants that hardly need attention to survive and thrive.
Mixing it all up
If you want to make sure your garden looks lush and thriving all year long, then along with researching the right tree removal in Chatswood based services, it’s also necessary that you research your local plants. Find out what plants bloom or look their best for each season. This helps you have a mixture of plants that can, together, create a garden that never withers. If possible, you should also check out night and day blooming flowers for the same reason.
Knowing that a little presentation goes a long way
It takes more that simple plants, trees and bushes to make a garden feel alive and flourishing. Sometimes, how you present them also plays a large part in making it look alive. Make sure to select the right color for your outside walls so they help your greenery stand out…instead of blending in. The right colors for fences, pots and even the right kind of pathway stones make a much bigger difference than you think.