While maintaining a flower garden can be an enjoyable hobby, many gardeners find that planning and planting requires a certain amount of skill, but with a little practice, almost anyone can design a beautiful flower bed. Provided you have a basic understanding of the need for vertile soil and sunlight plant, and learn a little about color and composition, you should not have any problems at all.
Depending on how much space you have in your front yard, a rectangular bed of flower garden may be the easiest to design, but a curved outline is visually and equally interesting. On the paper design, fill the drawing with color, complementary tones to make your vibrant garden and adjacent colors for a subtle contrast. Find out how high you want to grow the various parts of your garden. If your flower garden is against a wall or fence, putting climbers in the back is a good idea. Plant the tallest flowers in the middle are best for gardens with walkways on all sides.
Choose flowers based on several characteristics: their suitability to climate and soil, the amount of allowable shadow, color, size and flowering months. You can plant flowers that bloom at different times of the year, in the same bed for a colorful spectacle round. You definitely need a detailed plan for your flower bed garden.
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