Residential landscaping is growing in popularity. Many owners want to do some landscaping themselves to make their lawns and yards look good. Here are some suggestions for them to follow
Many home owners plan for summer and spring but most don’t plan for the fall. Don’t make that mistake. Choose those shrubs that will keep your garden looking great even in dark dull days of fall.
If fall is neglected winter season is neglected twice over. But it is actually in winter that you need your garden looking bright and cheerful. So choose such plants accordingly.
If you have a steep slope in your backyard you may have found trouble planting any plants there. The problem is erosion. During rains the top soil gets eroded making it impossible to plant. Rectify this problem by building a restraining wall around it.
Work with what you have. If you have a rocky terrain choose plants that will grow well in them. It’s better to go with the flow that to try and fight what you have inherited. So make use of what ever you have cleverly.
Keep all your tools handy. This is the surest way to get your job done and you will be the happier for it. Build yourself a storage shed and keep all your garden tools and supplies neatly organized there.